6 Sights in Helperknapp, Luxembourg (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Helperknapp, Luxembourg. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Helperknapp, Luxembourg.

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1. Mamerleeën

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These caves are a unique group of underground caves and galleries in Luxembourg sandstone in Mamer Valley along CR101, which are located high above the village of Scherkes and face the sea with a length of about 1 km. All the cameras are on the left side of Mamedar, east of Sand Slate. The beginning of the South is marked by a special crater, called the Hill, the most basic natural origin, and also shows the traces of human communication.

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2. Chapelle Saint-Celse

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Chapelle Saint-Celse Original uploader was Marcus at lb.wikipedia / CC-BY-SA-3.0

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3. Château de Schoenfels

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Schoenfels Castle, with a history dating back to the 12th century, is one of the castles belonging to the Valley of the Seven Castles in central Luxembourg. Located in the village of Schoenfels in the Mamer Valley between Kopstal and Mersch, it now belongs to the State of Luxembourg.

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4. Château de Hollenfels

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Hollenfels Castle, with a history dating back to the 11th century, is one of the castles located close to the River Eisch in the Valley of the Seven Castles in central Luxembourg. Today it is used as a centre for activities for young people, including a nearby youth hostel.

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5. Grand Château d'Ansembourg

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The New Castle of Ansembourg, in central Luxembourg is one of the castles belonging to the Valley of the Seven Castles. Located about one kilometre or just over half a mile below the Old Castle of Ansembourg, it was built by the industrialist Thomas Bidart in 1639.

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6. Saint-Sébastien

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Huelmes' church, a Catholic church previously owned by Standard & Poor's, has been open since the 7th. The newly created Par Eschdall Helpert Saint-Willibrrd, Dekanat Centre and Helperknot communities in May 2017.

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