Lycée Technique – Luxembourg


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21 thoughts on “Lycée Technique – Luxembourg

  1. Interesting range of objects. The building all look very edgy and techno, yet the sculptures are very soft and dreamy. Very cool!

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  2. I envy you. I used to enjoy going to French classes Vicki but therer are none in this area and I forgot almost everything that I learned. I would like to take French at this place. 🙂

    C'est la vie.

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  3. How lovely, more beautiful photos and I too envy you learning French. I remember being taught at school. I was doing very well and then the French teacher left and she was never replaced. I should try to learn again. You have given me inspiration 🙂

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  4. The place is rather cold and not very inviting..But the sculptures are interesting and give a little touch of humanity.
    Je suis heureuse de savoir que tant de gens ont envie d'apprendre le français. cela me réchauffe le coeur. C'est une langue très difficile et très belle. Continue, chère Leia, et bon courage. Gros bisoux!

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  5. Inteesting place Leia!I like the sculpture in the first photo:)
    How are your French classes by the way? Do you enjoy it?
    You don't believe – snow again:(
    Hugs

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  6. I hope your classes are going well, the Lycée is beautiful. The sculpture are interesting and perfect for the place.

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  7. I'm surprised by the modern-ish architecture although you have shown us other modern buildings in your posts…but usually the modern is mixed in with the older. Here it all seems very 20th century. The sculptures remind me of giant versions of Mr. Brattcat's whittled pieces of wood. ( : Have a good week, cher Leia.

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  8. I love the carvings in the first shot and all the art and sculpture are wonderful. I hope your French classes are going well. It's funny because I remember a fair amount of vocabulary from when I studied French but don't remember any of the grammar so I'd sound illiterate if I try to speak it.

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  9. I echo Louis. At first glance I thought the sculptures were some kind to totem poles like you'd find in the U.S.

    Nice shots of a magnificent institution of learning. I'm assuming it is a “technical” school of some kind – that also teaches French!

    From what I can tell, your French lessons are going very well.

    Hope your day is going well, too!

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  10. Hi Leia – A lanai is simply a porch, usually covered. Ours is a nice size, about 200 sq. feet, off the back of the house, and completely screened. We also have installed shades to keep out the sun and obtain more privacy. A great place to sit and read or just relax on a warm day!

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  11. I like all the lines of the buildings and the sculptures are so interesting.
    I would love to learn to speak French.
    Sunny 🙂

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