European Diploma for Protected Areas: Awarded Areas in Luxembourg



Germano-Luxembourg Nature Park


Western Europe's first-ever transfrontier nature park is a vast area of natural and farmed landscape little disturbed by civilisation and appreciated by holidaymakers; it lies on both sides of the border rivers Our and Sauer. There are numerous items of natural and cultural interest: typical Ardennes landscapes with high plateaux and deep ravines; and to the south a charateristically hilly Lorraine landscape with attractive natural streams. 42.610 ha are situated in Germany and 38.880 ha in Luxemburg.

For information:
Vereinigung Deutsch-Luxemburgischer Naturpark
D-5521 Irrel

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