523 thousand inhabitants (Resident population estimate 2013)
202,2 hab./Km2 (Estimated 2013)
The "letzeburgisch" (Luxembourgish) is the national language since 1985, with French and German being also official languages. English is widely spoken
Country "not classified" in the OECD country risk table. The system of minimum premiums shall not apply.
Capital: Luxembourg City (94 thousand inhabitants in 2010) | Other important cities: Esch-sur-Alzette; Differdange; Dedelange; Pétange; Sanem
The majority of the population is Christian; about 87% are Roman Catholic and a minority is Protestant, Jewish and Muslim
Form of State: Constitutional Monarchy | Head of State: Grand Duke Henri | Albert Félix Marie Guillaume (since October 2000) | Prime Minister: Jean-Claude Juncker (of the CSV party, with a coalition government with the LSAP party forming on June 7, 2009)
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