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    Bavigne dam
    The Bavigne dam, part of the Upper Sûre reservoir, was built in the 1950s, requiring the relocation of mills and farmsteads. Standing at 23 meters, it guards the lake's pristine water quality. Today, as a popular diving spot, it unveils submerged remnants like bridges and a mill, echoing a rich history amid the progress.
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    Bettendorf Castle
    Bettendorf Castle, with its roots dating back to the 14th century, stands as a baroque masterpiece built in 1728, weaving a tale of noble families, medieval grandeur, and architectural richness, offering a glimpse into the region's captivating history.
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    Bomm
    Embark on a journey to the scenic viewpoint “Bomm” in Kautenbach, where a fascinating tale unfolds – from a resilient sphere standing tall since 1913 to its resurrection in 2014.
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    Deiwelselter
    This remarkable monument, once a burial site, is a landmark of the town of Diekirch. Those who hike there are rewarded by a great view of the village and its green surroundings.
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  • Doigt de Dieu
    Discover the breathtaking "Doigt de Dieu" or Finger of God along well-known hiking trails like Escapardenne Lee Trail and Éislek Pad Hoscheid, offering a magnificent view from its perch above Dirbach.
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    Esch-sur-Sûre Castle
    The ruins of the castle of Esch-sur-Sûre tell exciting stories of times gone by and at the same time offer a gorgeous view of the surrounding nature as well as the medieval town that lies at its feet.
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    Kalborn Mill
    The mill in Kalborn, which is over 200 years old, has developed into a nature conservation centre. Endangered river pearl and brook mussels are bred here. Information boards in front of the mill show how gardens can provide habitats for wildlife and insects.
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    Lellingen
    Lellingen, a well-preserved village, hosts an annual arts festival on Luxembourg's National Day, June 23rd, and boasts vibrant wild daffodils in the surrounding woods each spring.
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    Loretto Chapel
    The Loretto Chapel in Clervaux is a 17th century baroque jewel that fascinates visitors with its ornate architecture.
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    Molberlee
    Molberlee, near Hoscheid, Luxembourg, is a captivating rocky ridge offering stunning views of the Schlinder valley. Recognized for its unique biodiversity, Molberlee is a designated forest reserve and natural monument.
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