Headquarter of ArcelorMittal in Luxembourg city


Opposite the Place des Martyrs, is the palace – headquarters of the international steel group ArcelorMittal.
The front entrance is finished off by a triangular gable with rich figure decoration.
  Mercury, who also symbolizes trade,
 is accompanied by Victoria, the Goddess of Victory, 
as well as allegories of scientific knowledge.

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22 thoughts on “Headquarter of ArcelorMittal in Luxembourg city

  1. I thought they have financial problems ? For an office it's rather very chic !
    The building is beautiful, it looks rather like a royal palace ! But it is well known, banks, insurance companies and (poor) industrial groups have the most beautiful offices !

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  2. Amazing that little Luxembourg is the headquaters of the world's biggest steel corporation. Nice building.

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  3. I'm almost sure the iron circle is made by Bernard Vernet, we have some of his sculptures here.Great place for a firm which is not very popular in France…

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  4. It is no doubt due to the fact we get so little international news here in Ocala that I've not heard of this international steel group. From the looks of things, business must be good. Rather incredible headquarters. And don't you think the building looks rather Parisian? The intricate gable is outstanding, as are all of your photos!

    Hope all is well with all your family.

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  5. Marvelous photos again, and that sculpture is very interesting. I particularly like to look at the sculptures on the entrance ways as shown in the last photo. To answer your question about the lady in the gift shop. I mentioned her in one of my posts. In a lot of the hotels they have shops full of gifts and other things. The lady who told us about the Japanese garden was in charge of the gift shop at our hotel.
    An English Girl Rambles

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  6. I was surprised to learn that the biggest hall in the Bilbao Guggenheim museum has got its name from this group. Of course it contains a big steel sculpture (by Serra).

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