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The Luxembourg City consists of the upper city situated on the Bock rock, on the cliff of 70 m there is the city center, and the lower town located in the valley at the confluence of the two rivers Alzette and Pétrusse.
On the banks of the Alzette River, a historical district called Grund (Luxembourgish: Gronn) was established, once inhabited mainly by craftsmen.
Formerly, it was the most populated district with a rural character, now it is a quiet, charming area, about 1000 inhabitants, with traditional houses and cobbled streets dating from the 10th century, without car traffic.

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