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  1. Marie-Louise Rouff is a Luxembourgish landscape and abstraction artist, currently residing on Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts. Inspired by her father’s pencil drawings, Marie-Louise began to paint from a young age. Later, she went on to earn a...

  2. Dräi Eechelen Museum is a unique historical site and a living witness to Luxembourg's history. A fortified castle turned cultural center, it is located inside the renovated Fort Thüngen, first built in 1732-33. The Museum aims to not...

  3. On March 17, 2021, Minister of Justice Sam Tanson, announced in a written reply to a question addressed to her by parliamentarian, that due to the current travel restrictions imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic, it is planned to propose...

  4. Film Fund Luxembourg has announced that two Luxembourgish co-productions, Wolfwalkers and Collective, are in the running to win one of the most famous and prestigious film awards in the world: the Oscars. The awards, presented by the Academy of...

  5. Loretta Young, a descendant of Luxembourger emigrants, was born Gretchen Young in Salt Lake City, Utah on January 6, 1913 to Gladys (née Royal) and John Earle Young. She was a motion picture actress noted for her ethereal beauty and...

  6. The Luxembourg City History Museum, founded in 1996, designed by Luxembourg architect Conny Lentz, presents the thousand-year history of the City of Luxembourg with both permanent and temporary exhibitions. The missions of the museum are to collect, preserve, document...

  7. Christine Marie Evert was born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in 1954. She was an outstanding tennis player who dominated the sport in the mid- and late 1970s and remained a major competitor into the late 1980s. She was noted for...

  8. The Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce, in close partnership with the Ministry of the Economy, Luxinnovation, and the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC), is organising an e-Trade Mission to Wisconsin on March 29-31, 2021. Thanks to the collective efforts...

  9. The University of Luxembourg has announced the availability of scholarships for students from the United States and Canada who would like to spend one or two semesters at the University. This scholarship program is sponsored by the Luxembourg Ministry of...

  10. Nicholas Muller was the first Luxembourger-American to be elected to the U.S. House of Representatives. Born in Differdange, Luxembourg on November 15, 1836, Muller attended schools in Metz, France and in Luxembourg. Upon immigrating to the United States...

  11. The National Museum of History and Art, located in Luxembourg City, is dedicated to displaying artworks and artefacts from all epochs of Luxembourg history. The museum contains some unexpected treasures such as a mosaic from the Roman villa at Vichten...

  12. Urban Clarence "Red" Faber was born near Cascade, Iowa, on September 6, 1888 to Nicholas Faber and Margaret Gries. His grandfather, Jean Faber, sailed from Canach, Luxembourg and arrived in New York on June 29, 1846 aboard the 'Brig Amalia...

  13. Edward Jean Steichen was a Luxembourgish American photographer, painter, and curator, who is widely renowned as one of the most creative and influential figures in the history of photography. Steichen was born in 1879 in Luxembourg to Jean-Pierre and...

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