In the heart of the Éislek, the village of Clervaux is adorned with a 12th century castle, a Roman church and a large monastery of the Saint-Maurice and Saint-Maur Benedictines. The castle stands proudly on a rocky outcrop, surrounded in a horseshoe shape by the village’s houses. The picturesque quality and natural setting of the village in the valley of the Clerve river have made it a very popular location for visitors. The old castle was wonderfully restored after its destruction in the Second World War and is now a true witness of a prestigious past, housing three permanent exhibitions: The Family of Man - a photographic legend, the museum of castle models and the museum of the Battle of the Bulge.

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11, Grand-Rue | L-9710 Clervaux
T. +352 92 17 45 1