The Cathedral of the city of Luxembourg is dedicated to the Notre-Dame. It was Jesuit church constructed in 17th century, which was adopted as a cathedralchurch of the city. Original structure has been expanded with the Neo-Gothic choir in the beginning of 20th century. The 17th century part of the Cathedral is three nave hall-type church, nave and aisles are of the almost same height. The style is basically Gothic with the some Baroque elements. The pillars are decorated in the shallow relief, typical for the Spanish Baroque. The miracolous statue of the Our Lady - the Comforter of the Afflicted is placed on the main altar of the Cathedral.

Acknowledgments: Agnès Rausch, The Jesuit Fathers from Christus Rex Monastery, Luxembourg, Guy Theves & Alex Langini.
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