Jake’s Sunday challenge is “city”.
The small European country the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg confusingly calls its capital city Luxembourg too. As capital cities go, it’s tiny, looks like something out of a fairy tale but boasts all the buildings you would expect to find in a capital city: the Grand Duke’s palace, a cathedral, churches of various denominations, museums, fortifications, modern monstrosities of public buildings and the occasional gem of an Art Deco villa.
The Wenzel (Wenceslas) walk takes you through the older and more scenic parts of the city
There are some intriguing sculptures scattered throughout the city:
this sculpture of a shepherd leading his flock into town harks back to the days of the livestock market, an annual event which has been taking place since 1340. It is now one of the biggest fairs in Europe attracting a couple of million of visitors.