Eastern European countries are very widely represented in Luxembourg through different nationalities. There are more than 4,300 Polish people, 4,140 Romanians, 4,410 from Montenegro, 2,329 from Serbia, 1,664 people from Kosovo, 1,462 Russians, 1,200 people from Bosnia-Herzegovina among the most present countries.
Polish Cultural Association
The association founded in 1997 organises many cultural events such as theater plays, exhibitions, literary, artistic, scientific or academic meetings, as well as the celebration on May 3 of the Polish National Day. The “Koledy”evenings in January are well-known among Polish people in Luxembourg to sing traditional Christmas carols.
More information: www.acpol.org
You will find on this web portal polska.lu, dedicated to Polish people and lovers of Polish culture, all useful information in Luxembourg.
Founded in 1989, the association organises sports and cututral events in order to create good relationships between the 2 populations.
More information : luxrou.wixsite.com/luxrou
Russian Women’s Club
Created in 2011, the Russian Women’s Club is an offshoot of the already existing Russian Club. It aims at bringing together all women from the former Soviet Union living in Luxembourg.
More information: rwc.russki.lu/
Collège A.S. Pouchkine
The Russian Collège A.S. Pouchkine is a non-profit association whose purpose is to teach the Russian language in Luxembourg. Courses are open to adults and people over 14 years old as they want to obtain a university level in Russian and pursue Russian higher studies.
More information: www.collegepouchkine.lu
l’Ukraine Ukrainian Community in Luxembourg
More information : www.ukrainians.lu