With some 4,900 Polish nationals throughout the country, the Poles form an important community in the multicultural landscape of the Grand Duchy and are an integral part of Luxembourg’s history: that of the pre-war period and even that of the 19th century with the economic development of the Grand Duchy.
Exhibition ‘Poles in Luxembourg‘
From Friday 24th September to Tuesday 5th November 2021
Place de Strasbourg in Luxembourg
Open air exhibition, free access
Thanks to a hundred of portraits realized by the photographer Gabriela Kaziuk and biographies to discover on the website polacy.lu, this exhibition highlights the life paths of Poles living in the Grand Duchy, on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Polish-Luxembourgish diplomatic relations (1921-2021). This open-air exhibition, realized in collaboration with the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Luxembourg and the ASBL polska.lu, is to be discovered until November 5, 2021.
On September 24, the opening of the exhibition “The Poles of Luxembourg” will take place at the Place de Strasbourg, in the presence of Mrs. Lydie Polfer, Mayor of the City of Luxembourg, Mr. Serge Wilmes, first alderman, and Mr. Piotr Wojtczak, Ambassador of the Republic of Poland to Luxembourg.
Pour relire notre article célébrant le 11e anniversaire des relations diplomatiques entre le Grand-Duché de Luxembourg et la Pologne, cliquez ici.
To read our article celebrating the 11th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and Poland, click here.
During the entire period of the exhibition, follow us on social networks to discover the portraits of the Poles honored or visit the website www.polacy.lu