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The Printz-Rischard complex is a restored group of buildings that now houses the administration of the Luxembourgish Parliament.
The original Printz building dates back to two adjacant buildings from 1634, the Rischard building which has been integrated into the site presents stylistic characteristics from the second half of the 18th century. A stainless steel and glass passage held by stainlesssteel cables links the Printz/Rischard complex to the main Parliament building where plenary sessions are held.
The cache is situated at the rear of the Printz Rischard building and to the front of the museum of the History of the city of Luxembourg, which is well worth a visit.
Though there may be many muggles (difficulty 1.5 ) there will always be a moment where you can quickly grab the little box. Please remain discreet at all times and walk away for a few meters before signing the log. The cache cannot be seen from the inside of the museum and is not in the angle of visibility of the cameras either.
Still it might be a good idea to visit the cache either in the evening or on weekends to allow it to live a little longer.
Please put back the little box exactly where you found it, so that it remains invisible from the street.
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