Luxembourg Royal Residences

by Scott Mehl

The Grand Ducal Palace
Luxembourg City

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Located in the heart of Luxembourg City, the Grand Ducal Palace is the official palace of the Grand Duke and is used for all official functions. Owned by the State, it is one of two palaces made available to the Grand Duke under the Constitution of Luxembourg.

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Wikipedia: Grand Ducal Palace
Luxembourg Monarchy: Grand Ducal Palace (in French)

Berg Castle
Colmar-Berg

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Berg Castle is the principal residence of the Grand Duke and his family. It is the second of the two palaces provided to the Grand Duke under the Constitution.

Wikipedia: Berg Castle
Luxembourg Monarchy: Berg Castle (in French)

Fischbach Castle
Fischbach

Fischbach Castle is privately owned by the Grand Ducal family. After World War II, it was the home of Grand Duchess Charlotte until her death in 1985. It was then the residence of the (future) Grand Duke Henri and his family until his accession in 2000. It is now the residence of his father, Grand Duke Jean.

Wikipedia: Fischbach Castle
Luxembourg Monarchy: Fischbach Castle (in French)

Cabasson
Côte d’Azur, France

The Grand Ducal family own a holiday villa in Cabasson on the Côte d’Azur. It was purchased by the Grand Duchess Charlotte in 1949.