The Ministry of Education is offering free bilingual maps of Luxembourg to all residents as part of an initiative to facilitate associating French and Luxembourgish town names together.
The map is aimed at helping both adults and schools in getting used to the bilingual nature of Luxembourg's geography, and includes river names in both languages.
Already, the map has experienced a huge surge in demand. In its first 24 hours of availability, around 6,000 copies were ordered, to the pleasure of Minister of Education Claude Meisch. By Tuesday, that figure has climbed to 40,000.
Schools have already received their copies but interested residents can order the map on the Ministry's dedicated website: http://edulink.lu/unpa.
Resources can also be found on the Luxembourg Online Dictionary: lod.lu.