Exhibition "Luxembourg 2015" in the Europe House, The Hague

From 22nd October until 11th December 2015 in the context of the Luxembourg Presidency of the Council of the EU, you will have the opportunity to discover an exhibition entitled "Luxembourg 2015" in the Europe House at Korte Vijverberg 5/6 in The Hague.

From 22nd October until 11th December 2015 in the context of the Luxembourg Presidency of the Council of the EU, you will have the opportunity to discover an exhibition entitled "Luxembourg 2015" in the Europe House at Korte Vijverberg 5/6 in The Hague. The exhibition, based on documentation by the Press and Information Service of the Luxembourg government and the National Institute for Statistics and Economic Studies of Luxembourg, is made available by the Embassy of Luxembourg in The Hague, and is under the auspices of the European Commission Representative in The Netherlands Peter Bekx and the Luxembourg Ambassador in the Netherlands, Pierre-L. Lorenz.
The exhibition consists of 14 different infographics highlighting information about Luxembourg's population, culture, history, politics and economy. Luxembourg, an independent country since 1839, is a founding member of the EU; has 45.9% of foreign residents; has three official languages of which only the Luxembourg language is considered a "national language"; employs 71% foreigners on the domestic labour market; is the birthplace of Robert Schuman, the founding father of the EU, and has many more expected and unexpected facts to discover.