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Sep 4, 2019 - September 4. Wednesday. Clervaux and Bastogne

September 4, Wednesday Despite the prediction of rain overnight, the day was sunny. The journey to Clervaux in Luxembourg was about an hour. A simple blue sign with the ECU circle of stars and “Luxembourg” in the centre is the only marker to indicate a border has been crossed - no need for passports, custom declarations or security screening. The countryside is lovely - rolling hills covered with forests and farmland. Clervaux is a picturesque town nestled amongst steep hills. The white towers of the medieval Clervaux castle and the twin...

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May 30, 2013 - Clervaux

We were not sure what the weather was going to do but what the heck. We decided to start our day by visiting the small town of Clervaux to the north of Luxemburg. The town sits on the banks of the River Clerve and as you enter the town which sits in the river valley you get a view of a chateau, an impressive church and high on the hillside above the town an abbey. Like most of Luxembourg’s town it is very low key in the tourist stakes. The chateau dates back to the 17th century but like most areas in northern Luxembourg experienced...

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