- Map of Luxembourg from the University of Texas at Austin Perry-Castaneda Library.
- Gazetteer of villages and towns in Luxembourg or a briefer list of place names.
- Luxembourg Villages and Cities with web sites:
- Beaufort || Bettembourg || Differdange || Echternach || Esch-sur-Alzette
Grosbous || Hesperange || Ville de Luxembourg || Medernach
Luxembourg has a hereditary constitutional monarchy. HRH Grand Duke Henri ascended to the throne 7 October 2000. He succeeded his father, Grand Duke Jean, who abdicated in his favor. Grand Duke Jean had ruled since 1964, when his mother Grand Duchess Charlotte abdicated in his favor after ruling for 45 years. Grand Duke Henri is married to the former Maria Teresa Mestre y Batista, and they are the parents of five children, Crown Prince Guillaume (1981), Félix (1984), Louis (1986), Alexandra (1991) and Sébastien (1992). June 23rd is Luxembourg's National Day and the Official Birthday of the Grand Duke.
- Grand Ducal Family: Official publication from the Luxembourg Government
Luxembourg Sovereigns || Grand-Ducal Family Tree || Grand-Ducal Family Tree
Grand-Ducal Family of Luxembourg || Royal Family of Luxembourg
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- Maulwurf Reporters: People
B.J. Maulwurf's site includes pictures of HRH Grand Duke Henri and his wife Maria Teresa, as well as an overview to the House of Nassau.
- Luxembourg National Tourism Office
Luxembourg National Tourist Offices: London || New York
- Luxembourg Central
Gary Little's site which has history, geography, travel information, and a nice bibliography, in addition to information you won't find anywhere else; images of Luxembourg stamps and turn-of-the-century postcards.
- Luxembourg Tourist Office - London
Great site, with a little bit of everything - genealogy, history, culture - in addition to important travel information.
- Luxembourg in a Nutshell
General information about Luxembourg from IST (Institut Supérieur de Technologie) which includes an overview of Luxembourg's geography, history, economy, population and languages.
- The Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg
Comprehensive site with information about museums, Christmas traditions, folk tales, a calendar of local events and brief genealogy information.
From the World InfoZone in the UK.
- Luxembourg: A Travel Guide
Pierre Flener's site is a comprehensive guide to travel in Luxembourg, including currency exchange and travel advisory information (good news, there aren't many!).
- Luxembourg Phone Directory
Both yellow and white pages are included.
- Luxembourg National Library
Bibliothèque Nationale de Luxembourg
37 bd. Roosevelt
Phone: (352) 2297551, Fax: (352) 47 56 72
- National Archives
Plateau du Saint-Esprit
Phone: (352) 478 6661, Fax: (352) 47 46 92
- Institut Grand-Ducal
2a, rue Kalchesbruck
Phone: (352) 478 2790, Fax: (352) 478 2792
- National Museum of History and Art
Musée national d'histoire et d'art de Luxembourg
Phone: (352) 479 3301
- National Museum of Natural History
Musée national d'histoire naturelle de Luxembourg
25, rue Münster
Phone: (352) 462 2331, Fax: (352) 47 51 52
- Language and History
Luxembourg books in the U.S. Library of Congress.
- Luxembourg: A Linguistic Puzzle
The site contains an explanation of the languages of Luxembourg, how French, German, Lëtzebuergesch and English are used, and a bibliography of Lëtzebuergesch resources.
- Languages of Luxembourg
Entry from: Ethnologue - Languages of the World, 13th edition.
- Mir léiere lëtzebuergesch schreiwen
RESTENA site promoting learning to read and write Lëtzebuergesch.
Last Update: 2 January 2008
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