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Bordered by France, Germany and Belgium, Luxembourg is a landlocked country in Western Europe, and is one of the world’s smallest countries, measuring 51 miles (82 kilometers) long, and an area slightly smaller than the state of Rhode Island. It is an important hub of Europe both politically and financially – a high income economy, low unemployment, low crime rate and good quality of living.
Luxembourgish is a German-Moselle-Frankish dialect and became the officially recognized national language of Luxembourg in 1984, although many citizens are multilingual, speaking German and French as well. At most hotels and other travel venues it is usually possible to find someone who speaks English.
The wettest month is June with an average of 100mm of rain.
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