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Between June and September this year, as part of their Urban History series, the National Museum of History and Art (MNHA), and the Museum 3 Eechelen, are organising guided tours of the city’s historical sites.

In 1902, Joseph Heintz-Michaelis rebuilt the former guard house of the Prussian garrison in the park of his tobacco factory. A matter of amateurism, or rather of patriotism? The tour reveals an unusual place usually closed to the public. Speaker Robert L. Philippart 

Departure / Arrival 31, Rue de Hollerich
Language French

Venue See above
Organiser MNHA, Musée Drai Eechelen
Price The fee is €5 payable on the tour. The ticket is also valid for free entry to the M3E.
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Info For more information, see www.histoireurbaine.eu, or http//www.m3e.public.lu, email info@histoireurbaine.eu, or telephone 621 21 54 24 // 0352/44 49 29

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