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Luxembourg, a land-locked country in Western Europe, is bordered by several other countries: Belgium to the north and west, France to the south and Germany to the east. One of Europe's smallest countries, Luxembourg covers an area of just under 1,000 square miles (2,586 sq. km.) and has a population of just over half-a-million people. The city of Luxembourg, the country's capital, is home to the headquarters of several European Union institutions and agencies.

The landscape of Luxembourg varies considerably over a small area, with the rugged hills and mountains of the Ardennes in the upper third of the country, and flatland in the lower two-thirds, where the "Red Lands" (so called because of the rich mineral deposits found there) are situated and where most main towns are located. Luxembourg also has a number of small rivers, often lined with castles. The country's main river is the Moselle. The east of the country includes the grape-growing valley of the Moselle with its many villages and valleys and "Little Switzerland" with extensive woodland and striking rock formations.

Luxembourg has three official languages - French, German and Luxembourgish – with the latter considered the national language and the native language of almost all Luxembourgers. However, while Luxembourgish is the main language used by Luxembourgers (the people of Luxembourg) to speak to each other, most official business is documented in French, and German is used widely in the media and for religion.

According to the IMF's GDP data, Luxembourg is the world's richest economy. While some areas of industry have declined over recent decades, the financial sector has undergone considerable growth, with banking and financial exports representing the major driving force behind economic output. Following the government's initiatives to attract internet start-ups, several internet companies, including Amazon and Skype, have transferred their regional headquarters to Luxembourg. The country's main exports after banking and financial services are steel and other metals, chemicals, processed wood products and machinery & equipment.

Over the years, the food of Luxembourg has been heavily influenced by its neighbors Belgium, France and Germany, as well as by immigrants (particularly those from Italy and Portugal). Specialties include smoked ham, 'thuringer' (small sausages), pate, potato pancakes and plum tart. Typical dishes are smoked pork with broad beans and pike in Riesling wine sauce, while desserts often include local liquors such as kirsch.

Although from a cultural perspective, Luxembourg has always been dwarfed by its culture-rich neighbors, the capital city is actually on the UNESCO World Heritage List, due to its fortifications, and has been the European Capital of Culture twice. The city also contains several museums of interest, although most of local artifacts rather than art.

Unlike many countries, the population of Luxembourg does not focus on just one national sport. Instead, several people take part in a wide range of sports, with a high proportion of the country's population members of a sports club or gym.