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Notre-Dame Cemetery

Notre-Dame Cemetery

As early as 1775 the present cemetery was laid out outside the former city walls on Limpertsberg.

It contains the so-called Hinzert Cross Monument, which carries the official title of “National monument of Resistance and Deportation”.

Numerous famous personalities have been buried at the Notre-Dame cemetery for example: William Voigt, better known as Hauptmann (Captain) von Köpenick or Jean-Antoine Zinnen, a Luxembourg composer who made the music to the national anthem “Ons Heemecht” (Our home country).

On the interactive map below you can click on the tombstones to know more about the extraordinary people who lie in Notre-Dame cemetery. This project by Ville de Luxembourg highlights the interesting burial monuments that occupy the plots owned by the City. While you are visiting the cemetery you can access the same biographical and historical information on the deceased by scanning a QR code. 

Useful information


Allée des Résistants et des Déportés
L-1431 Luxembourg