MNHA – Luxembourg


National Museum of History and Art

The Museum’s art collections date back to the time
of the French Revolution and developed over
the years through purchases, gifts, bequests and loans.

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19 thoughts on “MNHA – Luxembourg

  1. Miracle ! Depuis mon bureau, ça marche, je peux poster !!!! 🙂 J'essayerai de nouveau de chez moi, j'espère que ça fonctionnera aussi !

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  2. Great example of modern archtecture Dear Léia:) I like the building and I'm sure that the collection is impressive!
    You're right, winter can be scary despite its beauty – you couldn't believe how many people died here becouse of cold! It's unbelibible that it still happens in modern country in the XXIc!
    I posted photos of Prague twice – in May and in November, probably I should try using labels to make things easier:) Are you going to visit this great place?
    Well, life is life – I have some cooking ahead;)
    Hugs
    Joo

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  3. The modern architecture seems to hide some older and very interesting treasures!I'd like to stroll there , I love museums!

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  4. This would be a must-do stop if we ever visited your beautiful new home. Please don't be afraid of snow, dear Leia. It can be terrifying but remember your initial delight in it? Respect it and all will be well.

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  5. Spiffy looking…I like it much. And I'm glad they have stuff going back to my youth (French Revolution) 😉

    I'll have to visit some day!

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  6. “Vins et spiritueux” means “Wine and spirituous”, this last things being things to drink, else than wines, supposed to give spirit to men..(well, all kinds of alcohol, in fact!Ü)
    “spiritueux” is an old name, no more used today.

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  7. I do like the idea of a minimalists building for art, lest the building take too much away from the art inside. That said, I tried to read the banner but was not able to. I like the photograph.

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  8. At first glance I thought this was a photo of the Museum of the Occupation of Latvia.

    Have a great weekend!

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  9. I like the box-like look of the building – with details & texture that make it interesting. I like your composition with the people on the left. Thank you much for sharing. I'm glad you enjoyed viewing the collection.
    We are off for a bit of fun in the mountains, in the snow, this weekend. I have something different planned for the blog while we are away. Have a terrific weekend, L. & C.

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  10. It looks like it was recently built. I think Luxembourg is doing a lot to upgrade its cultural attractions.

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