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  1. 9 May is Europe Day, celebrating the unity and peace achieved through the European Union. What does it mean to live in the European Union to Luxembourg nationals and residents, a melting pot of more than 170 nationalities and diverse...

  2. Saturday 9 May is Europe Day and marks in 2020 the 70th anniversary of the Schuman Declaration. The implications of COVID-19 have postponed in-person activities—but the traditional EU Open House lives on, online! In honor of the...

  3. The popular European Union Short Film Festival, a trip across Europe with 22 short films from 22 countries, is moving online from May 14-21. Now in its seventh year, this free event features a diverse collection of short films...

  4. On March 11, 2020, H.E. Ambassador Gaston Stronck presented his letter of credence to Her Excellency the Right Honourable Julie Payette, Governor General of Canada during a ceremony at Rideau Hall in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

  5. In relation with the current COVID19 situation, the Embassy of Luxembourg in Washington, DC, will remain open, but only on a restricted opening hours schedule. Please call 202-265-4171 ahead of a planned visit to check the opening hours...

  6. At the occasion of the 2020 edition of the Washington DC Francophonie Cultural Festival, the Embassy of Luxembourg participates with the screening of a film that is quite atypical in nature. Conceived as a documentary theatrical fiction, Ashcan tells the...

  7. Last Thursday, the Luxembourg winemaker Domaines Kox presented an impressive selection of its wines at Luxembourg’s Ambassador’s residence in Washington, DC. Corinne Kox, representing the family owned "Domaine Laurent & Rita Kox" founded in 1909 in the picturesque...

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