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URBAN SKETCHING - Towers in Luxembourg #2 / FULLY BOOKED

URBAN SKETCHING - Towers in Luxembourg #2 / FULLY BOOKED

Luxembourg City - Alzette Valley

After the “URBAN SKETCHING - Towers in Luxembourg #1” in Kirchberg, on Saturday 24th April, we propose to cross the Alzette Valley for a historical and up-and-down journey! Focusing on the theme of the towers, the volunteering architects Arnaud De Meyer and Susanne Tietmann will take us through the streets of the old town to discover the riches of Luxembourg’s architectural heritage, just a few steps away from St Michel's Church, the Grand Ducal Palace and the Grand Rue. All you need to do is look up and take out your pencils and sketchbooks to draw towers, oriel windows and watchtowers dating back several centuries or contemporary ones.

Within the framework of the Urban Sketching series "Towers in Luxembourg", organised by LUCA in collaboration with the Institute for History of the University of Luxembourg (IHIST).

  • Saturday 24 April 2021, at 14:00
  • Luxembourg City - Alzette Valley (exact location only at registration)
  • Free for all ages (children must be accompanied by an adult)
  • In LU/FR/DE/EN
  • This session is fully booked, registrations are closed! Please contact us if you want to be added to the waiting list (t.miller[a]luca.lu).
  • The number of participants will be limited according to Covid-19 regulations
  • Duration approx. ~ 2h30
  • Don't forget your mask and to respect social distancing.

In order to comply with the health instructions related to the Covid-19 pandemic and to ensure the required distance, prior registration is mandatory. Depending on the evolution of the recommendations, this event may be proposed online. Please check the current status of this event from here a few days before.

Photo © 2018 LUCA - Luxembourg Center for Architecture