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Luxembourg, otherwise known as the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, is a landlocked country located within Western Europe. It is bordered by Belgium, Germany, and France. The capital city, Luxembourg City, is one of four official capitals of the EU and is home to several EU agencies like the Court of Justice of the European Union, which serves as the highest judicial authority within the EU. Spanning an area of only 2,586 square kilometers (998 square miles), Luxembourg is amongst one of the smallest sovereign states within Europe. The country is home to a population of 645,397 inhabitants, making it one of the least-populated countries within Europe. The government is a representative democracy headed by a constitutional monarch, which is Grand Duke Henri. This makes Luxembourg home to the world’s only remaining sovereign grand duchy.

The geography of Luxembourg is split up into two parts – the Oesling and the Gutland. The Oesling takes up the northern third of the country, and is made up of most of the mountains within the country. The highest point of Luxembourg is located here, and it is known as Kneiff, which stands at 560 meters high, or 1,840 feet. The other two thirds of the country are the Gutland, which is where a majority of the population lives and can be divided into more ecoregions.The country is home to a mild climate with considerable amounts of precipitation, or an oceanic climate which is marked with high precipitation during the summer. The Oesling region faces the most amounts of precipitation yearly, ranging from 40 inches as a high and 27 inches as a low. The summers within Luxembourg are warm, and winters are cool. The average temperatures in Luxembourg are around the mid-30s°F (0.7°C) in winter, and around the low-60s°F (17°C) in the summer.

The economy of Luxembourg is known to be very stable and high-income, with features like low inflation as well as high rates of innovation. Unemployment rates are typically low within the country. According to the IMF in 2011, Luxembourg ranked as the second richest country in the world. Both the industrial and service sector have shown to be strong parts of the country’s economy. Until the 1960s, Luxembourg’s industrial sector was dominated by steel. Now, the sector has modernized to include chemicals, rubber, as well as other products. Banking and finance services account for a great majority of the economic output within the country. Some of the largest exports in Luxembourg are iron blocks, rubber tires, cars, broadcasting equipment, non-woven textiles, plastic floor coverings, and vehicle parts.

Since the beginning of the Yugoslav wars, there has been a dramatic increase in the amount of immigrants arriving, and this has caused the overall population of Luxembourg to increase. Annually, over 10,000 immigrants arrive in Luxembourg, with a majority of them originating from the EU, as well as other eastern Europe countries. In the year 2000, it was measured that there were 162,000 immigrants living in Luxembourg, which made up around 37% of the total population.

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Old Maps of Luxembourg
Take a look through our collection of Old Maps of Luxembourg.

Luxembourg, otherwise known as the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, is a landlocked country located within Western Europe. It is bordered by Belgium, Germany, and France. The capital city, Luxembourg City, is one of four official capitals of the EU and is home to several EU agencies like the Court of Justice of the European Union, which serves as the highest judicial authority within the EU. Spanning an area of only 2,586 square kilometers (998 square miles), Luxembourg is amongst one of the smallest sovereign states within Europe. The country is home to a population of 645,397 inhabitants, making it one of the least-populated countries within Europe. The government is a representative democracy headed by a constitutional monarch, which is Grand Duke Henri. This makes Luxembourg home to the world’s only remaining sovereign grand duchy.

The geography of Luxembourg is split up into two parts – the Oesling and the Gutland. The Oesling takes up the northern third of the country, and is made up of most of the mountains within the country. The highest point of Luxembourg is located here, and it is known as Kneiff, which stands at 560 meters high, or 1,840 feet. The other two thirds of the country are the Gutland, which is where a majority of the population lives and can be divided into more ecoregions.The country is home to a mild climate with considerable amounts of precipitation, or an oceanic climate which is marked with high precipitation during the summer. The Oesling region faces the most amounts of precipitation yearly, ranging from 40 inches as a high and 27 inches as a low. The summers within Luxembourg are warm, and winters are cool. The average temperatures in Luxembourg are around the mid-30s°F (0.7°C) in winter, and around the low-60s°F (17°C) in the summer.

The economy of Luxembourg is known to be very stable and high-income, with features like low inflation as well as high rates of innovation. Unemployment rates are typically low within the country. According to the IMF in 2011, Luxembourg ranked as the second richest country in the world. Both the industrial and service sector have shown to be strong parts of the country’s economy. Until the 1960s, Luxembourg’s industrial sector was dominated by steel. Now, the sector has modernized to include chemicals, rubber, as well as other products. Banking and finance services account for a great majority of the economic output within the country. Some of the largest exports in Luxembourg are iron blocks, rubber tires, cars, broadcasting equipment, non-woven textiles, plastic floor coverings, and vehicle parts.

Since the beginning of the Yugoslav wars, there has been a dramatic increase in the amount of immigrants arriving, and this has caused the overall population of Luxembourg to increase. Annually, over 10,000 immigrants arrive in Luxembourg, with a majority of them originating from the EU, as well as other eastern Europe countries. In the year 2000, it was measured that there were 162,000 immigrants living in Luxembourg, which made up around 37% of the total population.

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