Centre national de littérature / Lëtzebuerger Literaturarchiv 

The Centre national de littérature (CNL), housed in the former Servais Mansion in Mersch, is a state-run cultural institute which reports to the Ministry of Culture. It is a centre of documentation and research on Luxembourg's literature from 1815 up to the present time, as well as a focal-point of socio-cultural life centered around books and reading. Its library and archives which are open to the general public comprise around 45,000 books and numerous literary funds (manuscripts, correspondance, photographs, etc.) from Luxembourg authors like Batty Weber, Nik Welter and Anise Koltz. 

Users may consult material in our reading room on the first floor. On the ground floor, the CNL regularly hosts exhibitions on subjects of topical literary interest as well as on classic themes of Luxembourg's literary and linguistic heritage.

Contact info:
Pierre Marson (representative to the project)
Centre national de littérature / Lëtzebuerger Literaturarchiv
2, rue Emmanuel Servais
L-7565 Luxembourg
Tel: + 352 32 69 55 1 or + 352 32 69 55 331 (Pierre Marson)
Fax: + 352 32 70 90
Email: pierre.marson(at)

National Agency for the Grundtvig Programme:
Agence nationale pour le Programme européen d'éducation
et de formation tout au long de la vie,
16, boulevard Royal
L-2449 Luxembourg
Tel: + 352 2478 5284
Fax: + 352 2478 5293