Luxembourg. A small country with a long and rich history

An exciting new exhibition at the Henan Museum, Zhengzhou, China, tracks the rich history of Luxembourg and its important role in Europe from prehistory all the way through to the 21st century

The show explores this small yet influential country’s past through a wealth of archaeological artifacts from the Paleolithic Period to the Middle Ages, rare coins and medals linked to its various dynasties, objects related to Luxembourg’s fortress as well as paintings, ceramics, silverware and furniture from the modern and contemporary period. Spanning archeology, numismatics, applied and fine arts, this ambitious exhibition presenting over 150 objects seeks to paint a vivid picture of Luxembourg through the ages for the benefit of the Chinese public.

The exhibition will open on 27 March 2024 at the Henan Museum, Zhengzhou, China, and be accessible from 28 March to 4 August 2024.

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