Statue de la Grande Duchesse Charlotte, Luxembourg City

Categories: Monuments, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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3.5/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web
Designed by a Parisian sculptor named Jean Cardot, Statue de la Grande Duchesse Charlotte was unveiled with the grand ducal's family looking on. The grand duchess ruled from 1919 to 1964. She played a particularly important role as a uniting symbol for Luxembourg during the German occupation in World War II. During that time, the duchess held regular broadcasts on the BBC and traveled to allied countries to gain international notoriety for Luxembourg. When she returned to her home country, she continued to host international dignitaries and live a public life with her people, which made her well-loved. The duchess' graceful posture in the statue, with one arm reaching out to the city, belies its solid bronze. Make Statue de la Grande Duchesse Charlotte a centerpiece of your Luxembourg City vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Luxembourg City itinerary maker.
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  • 無意間經過Charlotte廣場,看到一排排坐在長椅上的人們,半圍著雕像,無聲的凝視著她。本以為會有什麼演出,但除了寧靜,還是寧靜,原來,人們正陶醉在這無聲寧靜的氛圍中。 
  • Nice statue de la Grande Duchesse Charlotte. It is very central and fun to visit. We saw it in the way to the Museum. 
  • Countess Charlotte is standing in a small quieter square that is great for people watching. Has some nice buildings around this statue. Not much to say about it since I don't know the history of count...  read more »
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