Grand Ducal Palace of Luxembourg

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The Grand Ducal Palace of Luxembourg City is a Renaissance building of the sixteenth century and the city residence of the Grand Duke, Head of State of Luxembourg. It lies at the heart of old town, not far from Place Guillaume. It was built in 1572 completed in 1573 and became the Town Hall. In 1741, the Town Hall became the headquarters of the Three States. In 1795 he became the seat of the Prefecture of the Department of Forestry. In 1817, the Town Hall becomes the Government's Hall where lives and works the Governor of the King. Finally in 1890, the Grand Duke Adolphe uses the palace in exclusity and the palace became the residence of the sovereign of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.

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