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Luxembourg Museum Days: Free guided tour of Schengen and the European Museum

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European history was written here in the border triangle Luxembourg, France and Germany. On board the MS Princesse Marie-Astrid representatives from Luxembourg, Belgium, the Netherlands, France and Germany signed the Schengen Agreement on June 14th, 1985.

The agreement was one of the major steps towards a unified Europe and the abolishment of inner-European border controls between the signing countries. Schengen is considered the cradle of a borderless Europe: travelling without border formalities from one country to another, be it by foot, by bike, or by car. Discover with us how it all came about, and why it is so important today.


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