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Germano-Luxembourg Nature Reserve

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Luxembourg and Germany share a large nature reserve, which includes much of the Ardennes forest region. Established in 1964, it was the first trans-frontier natural park in Europe. The park is known as a hikers paradise. Much of Little Switzerland is actually part of the Germano-Luxembourg Nature Reserve, as are parts of Echternach, Vianden, Clervaux, the Sure Valley and the Our Valley.