The municipality of Mondercange, one of the oldest places in the country, was first mentioned in writing in 965. The Church of St. Willibrord was built in Mondercange in the 18th century and is now a listed building and well known for its Baroque architecture.
While the neighbouring cities of Esch-Alzette, Differdange and Dudelange transformed into small metropolises at the end of the 19th century because of the iron and steel industry, the municipality of Mondercange, predominantly shaped by agriculture, remained largely unchanged. Only after the Second World War, especially in the 1970s and 1980s, did Mondercange experience a population boom. In addition to the Luxembourg Football Association (FLF) headquarters, Mondercange is home to the only go-kart track in the Grand Duchy. The track, which was built in 1974, was considered as the racing track for the European Championships circuit until 1992. In addition to Michael Schumacher, the former German Formula One race car driver, who practised on the Mondercange track before his international career breakthrough, the Italian Jarno Trulli has also been spotted there.
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The Karting track
Follow in the footsteps of Formula 1 racers Michael Schumacher and Jarno TrulliVISIT THE WEBSITE
The circular walk
Relax on a hike through the fields and catch a glimpse of the blast furnaces in Belval from afar.VISIT THE WEBSITE
The Cultural Centre "Beim Nëssert"
The cultural centre delights with its semicircular recess surrounding a majestic walnut treeVISIT THE WEBSITE
The Pumptrack in Mondercange is a fun ride and a challenge for brave cyclistsVISIT THE WEBSITE
The Trampolin & Ninja Park
Ozone inspires everyone who likes trampolines, jumping, climbing, aeroball and obstacle courses.VISIT THE WEBSITE
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