Weekend Reflections – Grand Théâtre – Luxembourg

The “Grand Théâtre de la Ville de Luxembourg”.

And the house that is reflected on the doors of the Grand Théâtre.

Contribution for

James Weekend Reflections – Newtown Area Photo

35 thoughts on “Weekend Reflections – Grand Théâtre – Luxembourg

  1. The Grand Theater appears to be very large and quite beautiful. Have you been to a theatrical presentation there yet, like the Danse?

    These are, as usual, wonderful photos, and it is so much fun seeing new places in Luxembourg. By the way, how many people live in the city?

    Glad Luna liked the “poem.”

    And hope you all have a wonderful weekend filled with joy and happiness!


  2. Those are funky walls! I love the pink and green doors and the fountain. The reflections are great, and the silvery house is too!

    Wishing you all a blessed and lovely weekend, my dear, sweet friends.


  3. Lovely reflective shots, the theater is lovely and so is the house, like a miniature castle. Have a great weekend my friends.


  4. Hi Cezar & Leia,
    Check your link on James Reflection site, it doesn't forward to your blog; there maybe a typo in the address.
    Just thought you would want to know.
    Sunny 🙂


  5. The theater looks like an amazing place and the reflections are wonderful! I also enjoyed seeing your other recent posts. I can imagine riding a Velo bike and seeing the beautiful European sights.

    I wish you all a wonderful weekend!


  6. Excellent reflections my friend. I love them all. I love the older buildings reflecting in the new. Well done. And just for your information your link isn't working on James' sight 😦 Have a great weekend 🙂


  7. Beautiful combination of old and new architecture. The shops and the theatre reflections are so infectious! Just lovely!


  8. I think everyone has said it already but I wanted to add my delight with these photos. The modern & ancient juxtaposition is wonderful in the reflection.


  9. I so enjoy seeing your photos from Luxembourg. Hopefully I will see it in person some day. I only drove past last summer and hoped to be there someday.


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