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  1. Inventing Luxembourg (National Cultivation of Culture) by Kmec, Majerus, Margue Péporté, 2010-02-16
  2. Luxembourg (Cultures of the World) by Patricia Sheehan, Sakina Dhilawala, 2007-09
  3. Executive Report on Strategies in Luxembourg, 2000 edition (Strategic Planning Series) by The Luxembourg Research Group, The Luxembourg Research Group, 2000-11-02
  4. Peintres de la couleur en Provence, 1875-1920 by Sophie Biass-Fabiani, Denis Coutagne, et all 1997-04-03
  5. LUXEMBOURG: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by JAMES M. RUBENSTEIN, 2001
  6. Luxembourgian Culture: Luxembourg Wine, Culture of Luxembourg, Religion in Luxembourg, Languages of Luxembourg, Eme Foundation
  7. Germanic Culture: Alsace, Germanic Europe, Culture of Luxembourg, Romano-Germanic Culture, Astrology in Germany and German-Speaking Europe
  8. The 2009 Import and Export Market for Human Blood, Prepared Animal Blood, Toxins, Cultures of Micro-Organisms, and Similar Products Excluding Yeasts in Luxembourg by Icon Group International, 2009-05-25
  9. Culture in Luxembourg City: Museums in Luxembourg City, Music of Luxembourg City, Sport in Luxembourg City, Eurovision Song Contest 1973
  10. Culture Luxembourgeoise: Culture Du Luxembourg, Procession Dansante D'echternach, Schueberfouer, Grand Théâtre de Luxembourg (French Edition)
  11. Cultures of the World: Luxembourg (Cultures of the World) by Times Editions, 1997-12-16
  12. The Luxembourg community of Ozaukee County, Wisconsin: A culture typology in transition by Carl O Basinger, 1952
  13. Language Planning in Multilingual Contexts: Policies, Communities, and Schools in Luxembourg (Studies in Bilingualism, Vol 8) by Kathryn Anne Davis, 1994-04
  14. Culture Shock! Belgium: A Guide to Customs & Etiquette by Mark Elliott, 2001-12-01

1. Luxembourg Culture | Lonely Planet World Guide - Http://www.lonelyplanet.com/des
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2. Travel To Luxembourg - Culture - WorldTravelGate.net
Culture. After centuries of foreign rule, it should come as no surprise that Luxembourg's population is composed of about 30% foreigners the highest ratio of any
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ADVERTISING INFORMATION Luxembourg - Culture Culture. After centuries of foreign rule, it should come as no surprise that Luxembourg's population is composed of about 30% foreigners - the highest ratio of any EU country. Today's invading hordes, however, cross the borders quietly, caps in hand, nurturing sweet dreams of employment opportunities rather than pillage and plunder. Luxembourg's per capita GDP was the world's highest in 1997, its standard of living consistently rates among the best and its workforce boasts a remarkably low unemployment rate. Not bad for a country with a population about 30 times less than that of Los Angeles. Squashed in between two major historical world powers (and having been conquered at times by both of them), Luxembourg takes a good deal of its identity from its neighbours' contributions. This shows itself both in the generally amicable relationship between the countries and their citizens and in their shared linguistic traits. Multilingualism is universal among Luxembourgers, and both the German and French languages are used in the press, in politics and in daily life. French is most common in government and schools, though Luxembourgish is the language you'll hear most frequently on the street. English is widely understood in tourist areas. Luxembourg's cuisine is similar to that of Belgium's Wallonia region - plenty of pork, fish and game - but also features some heavy German influence in local specialties like liver dumplings with sauerkraut. Its beer (like that of neighbouring Belgium) is not too shabby; neither are the Moselle Valley's fruity white wines.

3. Luxembourg Culture: Tidbits About The Tiny Grand Duchy - Associated Content From
Whether you're traveling through Luxembourg or just curious about this little grand duchy, it's time to brief yourself on the unique culture of this rich but rural nationstate.
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4. Luxembourg Culture Articles
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5. Luxembourg Culture: Tidbits About The Tiny Grand Duchy, Page 2 Of 3 - Associated
Part 2 of 3 Whether you're traveling through Luxembourg or just curious about this little grand duchy, it's time to brief yourself on the unique culture of this rich but rural
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6. Luxembourg - Language, Culture, Customs And Etiquette
Free guide to Luxembourg culture, society, language, etiquette, manners, customs and protocol
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Luxembourg - Language, Culture, Customs and Etiquette
Facts and Statisitcs Location: Western Europe, bordering Belgium 148 km, France 73 km, Germany 138 km Capital: Luxembourg Population: 462,690 (July 2004 est.) Ethnic Make-up: Celtic base (with French and German blend), Portuguese, Italian, Slavs (from Montenegro, Albania, and Kosovo) and European (guest and resident workers) Religions: 87% Roman Catholic, 13% Protestants, Jews, and Muslims (2000) Language in Luxembourg French and German are the official languages of Luxembourg. The spoken language of the majority of the 400,000 population is Luxembourgish. The 1984 Language Act determines that French is the only language of legislation, and that French, German as well as Luxembourgish can be used for administrative or judicial purposes. Official documents are usually not available in Luxembourgish. The Family . Luxembourg is a small country and many people remain in the same town in which they were raised, therefore creating close extended families.
. Obligation to one's family is a person's first priority.
. Parents are intimately involved in the education and career choices of their children.
. The family is the social adhesive of the country and each member has certain duties and responsibilities.
Religion . The majority of the people are Roman Catholic, although Article 19 of the constitution guarantees freedom of religion.

7. Luxembourg Culture At Shanghai - Luxembourg Expo Shanghai 2010
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8. Culture Of Luxembourg - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The culture of Luxembourg refers to the cultural life and traditions of the small European nation of Luxembourg. Most citizens are trilingual; speaking the Germanic national language
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search The culture of Luxembourg refers to the cultural life and traditions of the small European nation of Luxembourg . Most citizens are trilingual; speaking the Germanic national language of Luxembourgish , in addition to French and German
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The major museums are:
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Joseph Kutter and Jean Jacoby were notable around the turn of the century. Notable painters after World War II were Emile Kirscht Fony Thissen Joseph Kutter , and Gust Graas
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The influential photographer and painter Edward Steichen was of Luxembourg descent. Edward Steichen grew up and worked all his life in the USA. After the second world war as the manager of the photography department at the MoMA in New York, he arranged two important donations for Luxembourg. First in 1964 Luxembourg got the complete edition of the famous exhibition "The Family of Man" which one has been composed by E. Steichen and then in 1967, the USA sent another treasure to Luxembourg, it was the exhibition "The Bitter Years". Contemporary photographers include the photojournalists Patrick Galbats Yvon Lambert or Thierry Frisch
edit Poets
The most famous poets were Michel Rodange and Anise Koltz . Contemporary poets include Jean Port ante
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10. Luxembourg: History, Geography, Government, And Culture — Infoplease.com
Information on Luxembourg — geography, history, politics, government, economy, population statistics, culture, religion, languages, largest cities, as well as a map and the
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11. LUXEMBOURG CULTURE CAPITAL: Meuse-Rhine Journal
LUXEMBOURG CULTURE CAPITAL LEI Luxembourg, July 18 Robert Garcia, the organizer of the European Capital of Culture for 2007 in Luxembourg and the Greater SaarLorLux Euroregion, is
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LUXEMBOURG CULTURE CAPITAL [LEI: Luxembourg, July 18]
Robert Garcia, the organizer of the European Capital of Culture for 2007 in Luxembourg and the Greater SaarLorLux Euroregion, is highly satisfied with the number of visitors to the various events in this year of culture. He is reported to have told German SWR radio that some projects had had enormous pulling power. For example the Constantine the Great Exhibition in Trier has attracted 65,000 visitors. The program also included Belgiums German-speaking Region as a participant, and its now half-way through.
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12. Luxembourg Culture And Society
Luxembourg culture and society encompasses the people and their religion, language, festivals of the place and many more things. The people of Luxembourg are known as Luxembourger.
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Luxembourg culture and society encompasses the people and their religion, language, festivals of the place and many more things. The people of Luxembourg are known as Luxembourger. About 87% of the population of Luxembourg is Roman Catholic; the rest 13% are Protestant, Jewish, and Muslim.
Luxembourgish is the language that is used in day to day conversation. The Luxembourgers are the ardent followers of Roman Catholism. Besides, the other religions followed are Islam, Judaism and Protestantism. The Luxembourg society comprises of a number of ethnic communities. They are the Celtic base French and German; Italian, Portuguese, European and Slavs of Albania, Montenegro and Kosovo.
Throughout the year a number of festivals are celebrated in Luxembourg, that reflect the Luxembourg culture. The two major festivals celebrated in the place are the Dancing Procession of Echternach and the Christmas celebration. There are also a large number of museums in Luxembourg that are the carriers of Luxembourg culture and society. Some of them are the National Museum of Art and History, National Museum of Natural History, Museum of Modern Art Grand-Duc Jean, etc.
Also, food habits of the place are a part of the culture of Luxembourg. Some specialties of Luxembourg are smoked Ardennes ham or Jambon dArdennes, Tarte aux quetsches, Omelette soufflee au kirsch and so on.

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Like the culture of any other country, culture of Luxembourg too is unique in its own way. Though it is one of the smallest country in Europe, cultural background of Luxembourg is as deep rooted and strong as any other country. An account of culture of Luxembourg is a direct reference to the cultural traditions of Luxembourg. Luxembourg culture brings to you the various influences that are instrumental in comprising it. The relentless effort of the citizens to enhance the promotion of art and culture of Luxembourg is truly commendable. Regular concerts, art exhibitions, renovation and coming up of new museums, all indicate the strong cultural background of Luxembourg. Some of the museums in Luxembourg that facilitate cultural heritage of the place are:
  • The National Museum of History and Art
  • History Museum in Luxembourg
  • The Casino Luxembourg
  • The Museum of Modern Art Grand-Duc Jean
Since the beginning of 20th century, the fine arts have become an important part of culture of Luxembourg. Expressionist painter Joseph Kutter with his landscapes and portraits has made a lasting impression on the collective mind. With the influence of Paris School, Abstract art got its footing in the culture of Luxembourg. The other important artists are Jean-Marie Biwer, Robert Brandy, Patricia Lippert, Gast Michels, Marc Reckinger, Doris Sander, Moritz Ney and sculptors Jeannot Bewing, Marie-Jose Kerschen and Liliane Heidelberge.

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17. Luxembourg - Quick Facts, Statistics And Cultural Notes
Profile Luxembourg. Exploring statistics, facts and cultural notes.
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20. Luxembourg Culture Journey
Culture tours in Luxembourg We have compiled a list of culture tours in Luxembourg. If you are interested in any of these culture tours, please contact the operator
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