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Old 06-23-2004, 04:40 AM
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about luxembourg's national day:
22-23 June 2004

Towards the end of June the Grand Duchy celebrates its National Day. Rather like New Year's Eve, the National Day party is held the night before (22 June). The capital is hopping and a traditional torchlight parade takes place after sundown in the city centre, while spectacular fireworks are set off from the bridge over the Petrusse Valley.

Crowds stake out viewing spots anywhere in the city centre, in the valley, or near the bridge. There's music too, with rock, pop, and other bands performing until late in the city's two main squares, the Knuedler (Place Guillaume) and the Place d'Armes, and plenty of opportunities to spend spare change on sausages, beers, soft drinks, neon-light necklaces and other party fare.

While the capital hosts the biggest party, there are National Day celebrations and torchlight parades in other towns too, including Beaufort, Dudelange, Erpeldange, Ettelbruck, Hosingen, Mersch, Reisdorf, Schifflange, Tetange and Wiltz, while at least three other towns - Diekirch, Esch-sur-Alzette and Kayl - have their own fireworks.

National Day, 23 June, is a far more solemn event, with a Te Deum sung in the cathedral, a canonade and a military parade.
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Originally posted by Charles@Jun 18th, 2004 - 8:06 pm
Nassau-Weilburg is effectively extinct... The current Grand Ducal Family members are agnates of the House of Bourbon of the Parma line.

Am I the only one who thinks they should be Bourbon-Nassau?
No you are not alone. I would second that notion!
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Originally posted by carlota@Jun 23rd, 2004 - 3:40 am
about luxembourg's national day:
22-23 June 2004

Towards the end of June the Grand Duchy celebrates its National Day. Rather like New Year's Eve, the National Day party is held the night before (22 June). The capital is hopping and a traditional torchlight parade takes place after sundown in the city centre, while spectacular fireworks are set off from the bridge over the Petrusse Valley.

Crowds stake out viewing spots anywhere in the city centre, in the valley, or near the bridge. There's music too, with rock, pop, and other bands performing until late in the city's two main squares, the Knuedler (Place Guillaume) and the Place d'Armes, and plenty of opportunities to spend spare change on sausages, beers, soft drinks, neon-light necklaces and other party fare.

While the capital hosts the biggest party, there are National Day celebrations and torchlight parades in other towns too, including Beaufort, Dudelange, Erpeldange, Ettelbruck, Hosingen, Mersch, Reisdorf, Schifflange, Tetange and Wiltz, while at least three other towns - Diekirch, Esch-sur-Alzette and Kayl - have their own fireworks.

National Day, 23 June, is a far more solemn event, with a Te Deum sung in the cathedral, a canonade and a military parade.
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Originally posted by chanel+Jun 27th, 2004 - 7:44 pm--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (chanel @ Jun 27th, 2004 - 7:44 pm)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-carlota@Jun 23rd, 2004 - 3:40 am
about luxembourg&#39;s national day:
22-23 June 2004

Towards the end of June the Grand Duchy celebrates its National Day. Rather like New Year&#39;s Eve, the National Day party is held the night before (22 June). The capital is hopping and a traditional torchlight parade takes place after sundown in the city centre, while spectacular fireworks are set off from the bridge over the Petrusse Valley.

Crowds stake out viewing spots anywhere in the city centre, in the valley, or near the bridge. There&#39;s music too, with rock, pop, and other bands performing until late in the city&#39;s two main squares, the Knuedler (Place Guillaume) and the Place d&#39;Armes, and plenty of opportunities to spend spare change on sausages, beers, soft drinks, neon-light necklaces and other party fare.

While the capital hosts the biggest party, there are National Day celebrations and torchlight parades in other towns too, including Beaufort, Dudelange, Erpeldange, Ettelbruck, Hosingen, Mersch, Reisdorf, Schifflange, Tetange and Wiltz, while at least three other towns - Diekirch, Esch-sur-Alzette and Kayl - have their own fireworks.

National Day, 23 June, is a far more solemn event, with a Te Deum sung in the cathedral, a canonade and a military parade.
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Old 08-15-2004, 07:46 AM
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Smile Questions about the Luxembourg Grand Ducal Family

Anyone knows it?
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the height of guillaume and felix? felix must be around 1.70 - 1.75 metres and guillaume may be between 1.68 and 1.70 metres...
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But i think Guillaume is about 175-176 and Felix is 180-183~
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But Guillaume looks much shorter than Felix.
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yes, he is much shorter than felix...

however, i think that 1.80 is too much for felix...
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If only they published stuff like this!
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that's true... the information about lux royals is somewhat poor...
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Are there any books out about them?
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they are the only royal family kids i know that just want to be normal... i heard somewhere there hobbies include the internet lol how funny if they read this stuff hehhehehe
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Cool Hey !!!

Hi everybody !
No, sorry, I'm still here, but busy with my work (I'm a violinist and I often travel. And moreover, my boyfriend is a conductor, so, we are always on the road.). But I did not forget you, friends of the Lux Royals, and I've just read that you were all wondering if I told Guillaume to come here ?
Well, I did not, because I saw him just 5 or 10 minutes at a reception for the Conservatoire and in April in Esch for Davis Cup.
Nice guy, but I found he has put on weight, but very nice to meet him. His brother... VERYYYYYYYYYYY handsome, God !!! But I did not have so many relations with him.
i did not know if this year the Lux were at Cabasson, in France, where they have a house.
So, here it was I can tell you.
Bis bald, dear Luxemburgerfreundlichen !
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Exactly where in France is Cabasson?
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she said that it's near toulon.
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Question about this family

Is this a non-ruling royal family?
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they rule in luxembourg, a little country near belgium, france and germany.
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Yeah i know where luxembourg is, i just wanted to know if the family was still ruling, but it is, thanks for answering :)
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