Luxembourg city!

What seems to be one of the smallest countries in Europe (7th smallest to be exact), the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is truly among the grandest in sights, history and culture. It’s capital city, Luxembourg city, is small enough to walk around for the whole day. However, I was astounded by how rich this quaint city in terms of places of interests, backed by the rich culture and historical heritage of the world’s only remaining grand duchy. The ancient remains ancient while the contemporary and modern blends in with the landscape which nowadays can rarely be seen, a juxtaposition of old and new.

The Grand Ducal Palace is on the right side.
The Grand Ducal Palace is on the right side.
A royal guard marching around the Grand Ducal palace.
A royal guard marching around the Grand Ducal palace.
The old and new blended together.
The blending of old and new.
Le Chemin de la Corniche is said to be Europe's "most beautiful balcony".
Le Chemin de la Corniche is said to be Europe’s “most beautiful balcony”.
The viaduct
The viaduct
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