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Are you between 15 and 27, studying in Luxembourg or even abroad? Then you have the opportunity to apply for a summer job in Luxembourg for a maximum of 2 months. Jobs for students and under-18s are common in Luxembourg. The communes themselves...
On January 6th in Luxembourg and in many other countries, you can taste the traditional king cake to celebrate Epiphany or Dräikinneksdag (Three Kings Day) in luxembourgish. Epiphany is a Christian celebration that takes place every year after...
In Luxembourg, Saint Nicholas Day is traditionally very important for all the country’s children. Luxembourgish pupils don't go to school and theyreceive gifts from “De Kleeschen”. Saint Nicholas, the traditional children’s festival in...