Dudelange Radio Tower

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Dudelange Radio Tower

The Dudelange Radio Tower is a 285-metre high freestanding steel framework FM radio and television transmission tower near Dudelange in Luxembourg. Dudelange Radio Tower was completed in 1957.

On 31 July 1981, a Belgian military aircraft hit the tower. Debris of the tower killed a couple in a house near the tower.

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List of towers

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Coordinates: 49°27′48″N 6°05′45″E / 49.46333°N 6.09583°E / 49.46333; 6.09583