Audun-le-Tiche (6,846 inhabitants, 15.43 km2) is located in the middle of a row of valleys washed out by the Alzette and its tributaries in the limestone plateau of the “Pays-Haut”. Relics from the Gallo-Roman period, the Merovingian period as well as from the Middle Ages bear witness to its special history.
In 1748, François Boch produced ceramics in Audun-le-Tiche before opening a second factory in Septfontaines, Luxembourg. For decades, the thriving iron industry contributed to the development of the city’s population.
Next to the library and the Notre-Dame de Lorette Auditorium (a chapel converted into a concert hall) you can find the Andrée Toussaint socio-cultural centre which organises the festival “En Scène”. Paintings by François Ponsin are exhibited in Audun-le-Tiche’s town hall. The Musée de la SAHLA, built on the site of the former church and inaugurated on 4 March 2020, displays archaeological collections.
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In the old temple, the new Archaeological Museum houses collections from prehistory to the 19th centuryVISIT THE WEBSITE
Former swimming pool of Micheville
Located near the steelworks and rolling mills of the Micheville plant, the former swimming pool now houses the Espace Jean MoulinVISIT THE WEBSITE
Auditorium Notre-Dame de Lorette
Former chapel which has been transformed into a concert hall hosts the various musical events of the townVISIT THE WEBSITE
Socio-Cultural Centre Andrée Toussaint
Every June, this meeting place hosts the "En Scènes" festival, a fortnight of live theatre
This association structure, which is part of the municipality, reflects the dynamism of the socio-cultural life of Audun-le-TicheVISIT THE WEBSITE
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