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Dent Creuse, Luxembourg City

Categories: Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
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3.1/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web
An important landmark for Luxembourg, Dent Creuse means "hollow tooth." These hollow ruins are what's left of the city's beginnings. The site is just a small collection of ruins, but the views of the city from the site draw tourists. You'll see the attraction on your way to the Bock Casemates, a large fortress and major tourist site. Dent Creuse is a five-minute walk from the city center. To visit Dent Creuse on your holiday in Luxembourg City, and find out what else Luxembourg City has to offer, use our Luxembourg City tourist route planner.
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  • The Dent Creuse is on the bridge close to the entrance of Casemates du Bock. You cannot get inside and this is only a remain of the former fortress, but it is still impressive. 
  • located in the site of casemates themselves does not itself but the surrounding site is super nice view of a large part of the city
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  • Dent Creuse is a dilapidated remains of the ancient Castle Tower. Overall nothing special nothing is, you can walk to it from Casemates Side for a few minutes. To go not for nothing, the tower you can climb at the same time, to take pictures of the area.
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