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Capital city: Luxembourg

Area: 998 sq miles (2,585 sq km)

Population: 453,000

Official language:Letzeburgish

Major religions: Christian 99%, other 1%

Government: Multiparty democracy

Currency: Euro

Adult literacy rate: 99%

Life expectancy: 78 years

People per doctor: 400

Televisions: 391 per 1,000 people

SQUEEZED BETWEEN Germany, France, and Belgium, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is a tiny state. It has the highest standard of living in Europe and is famous as a center of international banking and finance. Despite its small size, Luxembourg plays a vital part in the European Union. Home to headquarters of major EU institutions, it hosts the European Court of Justice and the secretariat of the European parliament.