On the occasion of the 2019 Museum Night, the Lëtzebuerg City Museum unveiled two new installations to the public in its permanent exhibition on the city's history, entitled The Luxembourg Story.
At the very beginning of the tour, visitors are now welcomed by the mythical mermaid Melusina, in the form of a duplicate of the sculpture created by the Luxembourg artist Serge Ecker and installed in the Grund near the Alzette since 2015.

A projection accompanied by music allows you to dive into the atmosphere of medieval Luxembourg, whose origins visitors discover in the next room. Thanks to a new interactive tool: using a touch screen, the famous 10th century exchange charter - which for the first time mentions the Lucilinburhuc site - can be transcribed, translated and placed in its historical context.

The last section of the exhibition now features a temporary selection of works by contemporary artists, focusing on the subjects of transformation and manipulation, which give an original and unpublished image of Luxembourg as an urban space (works by Bruno Baltzer, Alexandre Dizac alias Alëxone, Serge Ecker, Marco Godinho, Hiroyuki Masuyama, Marc Scozzai & Saskia Raux, Sumo, as well as sculptural works by Su-Mei Tse and Franck Miltgen).