Guided tour through the local districts Burange and Baltzeng (in Dudelange) 2017-07-01T09:42:45+00:00

Project Description

Guided tour through the local districts Burange and Baltzeng (in Dudelange)

A tour of the former villages Burange and Baltzeng (nowadays part of Dudelange) with a historical background: the massacre of the 17 Mai 1794, when a bloody argument erupted between the local farmers and inhabitants of the villages that were part of the former ”Seigneurie Mont Saint Jean” (Dudelange, Burange, Baltzeng, Budersberg) and the French revolutionary troops. During this massacre 74 inhabitants died, 42 of which were executed (at the exact spot where the cross, that was constructed in 1894, is standing today). Nevertheless, this walking tour should also depict the development of a village over the years and to this day, with all the constraints that a district in the south of Luxembourg has been exposed to. Moreover, the tour should demonstrate the mixture of various different landscapes that the south of our country has become: forests, meadows, fields and idyllic residential areas in direct proximity to industries, industrial buildings and traffic infrastructures.

Müller Jean-Jacques
Müller Jean-Jacques
Photos © Müller Jean-Jacques
  • Thematic:
    Nature / Landscapes
    Leisure / Sport
    Life in the district

  • Departure point:
    Fairground close to the old red tractor (Burange/ Dudelange)

  • Date(s):
    Thursday, 29 June from 18h00 to 20h00
    Sunday, 2nd July from 15h00 to 17h00

  • Language(s):
    LU, DE, FR, EN

  • Children admitted:

  • Possible for people with reduced mobility:

I’ll participate

Unfortunately this tour is no longer available.