Coins for Kids
Coin counting and sorting
Decorating shoeboxes for Christmas presents for children in need
Street children in South Africa are supported by the Bonnievale project in Luxembourg
Cheque presentation for two enlargement systems for visually impaired students in Luxembourg
Mr Groben (far right), director of the Institut pour Déficients Visuels, receives the cheque from Lions Club Erasmus members

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Visiting hidden treasures underground

On Saturday, 30 September 2017, members of Lions Club Erasmus met for a private guided tour of the Raschpetzer in Walferdange; one of the treasures that can be found around the city of Luxembourg.

Erasmus members at the Raschetzer in Walferdange

Aqueduct collects drinking water

The Raschpetzer is an impressive underground aqueduct built by the Romans to collect drinking water from the hills and transport it to their villa in the valley. Today, visitors can discover a series of illuminated shafts used to build the aqueduct, the deepest of which is 36 m deep, and can see the water running, as it did more than 1800 years ago. The drizzle that had started during our visit created a very special atmosphere in the forest and contributed to making the visit a magical moment.

Raschpetzer in Walferdange

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More than 25 projects have been supported by Lions Club Erasmus since the club started in 2000.

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