Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

Luxembourg Cathedral, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

Dedicated, like so many Catholic Cathedrals, to Notre Dame, the Cathedral in Luxembourg started out life as a Jesuit church in 1613.

It is one of the last great Gothic Cathedrals of Europe, although it was subsequently remodelled extensively. It became the Church of Notre Dame in 1750 and was elevated to Cathedral status in 1870.

Enlargement and expansion was undertaken in the 1930s.

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