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This Sunday marks the centenary of the Armistice that ended WW1.
A special service will mark the centenary of the end of the first world war.
The Anglican Church of Luxembourg is hosting a Remembrance Day service on Sunday 11 November. The service starts at 10.50am and anyone wishing to attend is requested to arrive by 10.45am at the latest so that the service can begin promptly.
The ambassadors or representatives of Belgium, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland and the United States will all be present to lay wreaths, along with representatives of other organisations. At 11am there will be the Act of Remembrance with a two-minute silence in honour of all who lost their lives in wars and conflicts.
The service stake place in the Konvikt Chapel at 5 avenue Marie-Thérèse in Luxembourg City. More details are available at www.anglican.lu.