Troisvierges, Luxembourg (the city's name means "three virgins"), is 45 mi/ 73 km north of Luxembourg City, high in the Oesling region in the country's far north. The 1,834-ft/559-m slope of Buurgplatz is the highest point in the country.
The town's pride is the beautiful altar in the parish church; the central table is the work of students of the Peter Paul Rubens School. You may want to visit the nearly 400-year-old Franciscan monastery, as well.
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