Cessange

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Cessange, in south-western Luxembourg City.

Cessange (Luxembourgish: Zéisseng, German: Zessingen) is a quarter in south-western Luxembourg City, in southern Luxembourg.

Most of the quarter is covered by open fields to the south-west of Luxembourg City proper. At the centre of the quarter is the Croix de Cessange: a motorway junction between the A4 and the A6. Next to the intersection is Stade Boy Konen, which plays host to Cessange FC, Rugby Club Luxembourg, and the Luxembourg national rugby union team.

Population[edit]

At the end of 2011, 2546 people lived in Cessange, 50,04% of whom were of Luxembourgish nationality and 49,96% of foreigners. [1]

Inhabitants of Cessange by nationality
Rank Nationality
Number
1 Luxembourg Luxembourgish 1 274
2 France French 369
3 Portugal Portuguese 254
4 Italy Italian 113
5 Belgium Belgian 105
6 Germany German 77
7 United Kingdom British 42
8 Netherlands Dutch 23
9 United States American 21
10 Spain Spanish 19
11 Denmark Danish 16
12 Finland Finnish 14
13 Romania Romanian 14
14 Poland Polish 13
15 Japan Japanese 12
Other nationalities 180

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Coordinates: 49°35′21″N 6°06′18″E / 49.58917°N 6.10500°E / 49.58917; 6.10500