Built by the Jesuit monks between 1613 and 1621, the Cathedral of Our Lady was initially conceived as a church intended for the use of their order. The north gate of the Cathedral was built in a Renaissance and Baroque style, and the choir balcony is decorated with sculpted columns and stained-glass dating back to the 19th and 20th century, Neo-Gothic confessionals with bas-reliefs.
John the Blind, king of Bohemia and count of Luxembourg, as well as members of the ruling family of the Grand Duchy are buried in the Cathedral’s crypt.
Grand Théâtre de la Ville de Luxembourg is but a taste of what the theatrical scene of Luxembourg means. Théâtre des Capucins and others are also notable.
Luxembourg is known for its developed banking life. In order to understand the evolution of this field, tourists are referred to the Bank Museum.
The National Museum of History and Art of Luxembourg displays temporary exhibitions and permanent archeological collections, valuable medieval paintings.