Some historians believe Clervaux's roots are Roman while others argue it was built on Celtic foundations. But almost everyone can agree that Clervaux is an extraordinarily beautiful castle.
With its dazzling white-washed walls, this 12th century castle stands out against its verdant surroundings. But Clervaux is more than just a pretty face. Inside, you'll find Edward Steichen's The Family of Man, which is UNESCO-listed. You could literally spend days studying this incredible collection of over 503 photographs from 723 artists from all over the world .
Also inside Clervaux is the Museum of the Ardennes Counteroffensive where you can learn all about this devastating yet defining two-month battle during the Second World War which eventually led to the liberation of Luxembourg from German control.
Don't miss the Museum of Models of the Castles and Palaces of Luxembourg, an exhibition of all of the castles and palaces of Luxembourg shrunk down to a scale of 1:100. Look around the tiny models to learn the story of the Middle Ages and the development of the city over time.
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