With over 36,000 inhabitants, Esch-Alzette is the second largest city in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. Today, the Minett metropolis is home to more than 120 nationalities, which gives the city a special charm. Originally known for iron ore mining, the city was left to fend for itself after the blast furnaces closed and ultimately forced to reinvent itself. Today, it is regarded as a dynamic and modern university city in the heart of a rapidly changing Europe. It aims to combine its historical heritage with visions of the future. This is reflected through the redevelopment of the city centre where services need to be adapted for the steadily growing population as well as through the project implemented to redesign the industrial wasteland in Belval and the university district. Cultural sites like the “Rockhal” concert hall and historical institutions, such as the industrial cultural heritage “Schwarze Masse”, are now particularly important institutions. Finally, the future conversion of former industrial sites such as Esch-Schifflange and Terres-Rouges will bring a breath of fresh air to the community.
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Escher „Déierepark“ und der „Gaalgebierg“:
Walk through the wonderful park "Gaalgenbierg" and visit the Escher animal park "Déierpark" thereVISIT THE WEBSITE
The Alzette-street and shopping in Esch
In Luxembourg's longest shopping street, you will find shops, architectural works of art and moreVISIT THE WEBSITE
The Cockerill Pit Museum and the Ellergronn Nature Reserve
Visit the Cockerill Mine Museum, located on the edge of the Ellergronn Nature ReserveVISIT THE WEBSITE
National Museum of Resistance and Human Rights
Learn more about the history of Luxembourg between 1940 and 1945 during the Nazi occupationVISIT THE WEBSITE
Belval and the University Quarter
Discover the fusion of the industrial past with the centre of the science of the futureVISIT THE WEBSITE
Initiated by the former ARBED, the SchlassGoArt Gallery offers optimal exhibition conditions for budding artistsVISIT THE WEBSITE
The Konschthal is a place of sociocultural exchange in resonance with contemporary subjects and their repercussions in today’s art worldVISIT THE WEBSITE
Experience world stars in Luxembourg's largest concert hall, located close to the borders of France, Belgium and GermanyVISIT THE WEBSITE
Known for its unique events, the Kufa cultural centre is considered a place of exchange and creative creationVISIT THE WEBSITE
The Escher Theater is a Luxembourgish and European stage which hosts both guest performances and new creations. Since 2018 it has been managed by the director Carole LorangVISIT THE WEBSITE
Bâtiment IV, near the wasteland of Esch-Schifflange, is a former administrative building of ArcelorMittal (in the domain of the Schlassgoart). Now, it is a cultural third place designed as a laboratory of ideasVISIT THE WEBSITE
BENU Village Esch
This eco-village, which is part of the socio-ecological circular economy, rents out spaces to professionals to help them carry out their activities in accordance with the values of sustainable developmentVISIT THE WEBSITE
A third place in Esch-Alzette, Facilitec is a factory of collaborative alternatives that encourage local initiatives in the circular economyVISIT THE WEBSITE
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