The Russian community is very active in Luxembourg and organizes a lot of events dedicated to Russians but also opened to other nationalities. Discover more about the community's activity and associations in this page. Contact us if you want to suggest more references to be added to this page !

Russian population in Luxembourg: 1,631 in 2018 versus 930 in 2011 (source

Traditional and recurrent Russian events in Luxembourg:


Our References in this community

The Russian embassy

Address :
L-2145, Rue Cyprien Merjai, 116
Consular hours :
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 10:00-12:00
Email :

  •  (+352) 26 68 74 76
The Russian cultural centre in Luxembourg

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Russian Club

The main association representing the Russian community in Luxembourg is called the « Russian Club ». This non-profit organization was set up in 2009 by some Russian expats in Luxembourg and is supported by the Russian Federation.
Russian Club’s aim? To promote Russian culture and language in Luxembourg via various activities and institutions.
The club is an initiative of the Russian Women’s Club, the Russian language school Kalinka along with  » il était une fois… Luxembourg  » (Once upon a time… Luxembourg).

The Kalinka russian school in luxembourg

Founded in 2010 and run by Anna Radishevskaia, the Kalinka school has really taken off in the past few years. In 2012 they only had 12 students and now Kalinka School has 213 students aged from 4 to 14 years.
This school gives classes to children and adolescents from the Russian community on Saturdays with the aim of teaching Russian and Russian culture, all the while improving their knowledge of Luxembourg. There, they regularly organize many educational activities.

Centre Culturel A.S. Pouchkine – Association « Luxembourg-Russie »

Address :
32 rue Goethe
L-2546 Luxembourg

Centre culturel et scientifique de Russie au Luxembourg

Address :
32, rue Goethe, L-1637, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
E-mail :

Russian Club of Luxembourg asbl

Email :
Address :
32, rue Goethe – 5, rue C.M Spoo L-2546 Luxembourg

Russian Women’s Club

Created in 2011, the Russian Women’s Club is an offshoot of the already existing Russian Club. It aims at bringing together all women from the former Soviet Union living in Luxembourg.

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Collège Pouchkine

The Russian Collège A.S. Pouchkine is a non-profit association whose purpose is to teach the Russian language in Luxembourg. Courses are open to adults and people over 14 years old as they want to obtain a university level in Russian and pursue Russian higher studies.

Eglise Pierre et Paul

Eglise orthodoxe russe Pierre et Paul

10 Rue Jean-Pierre Probst, 2352 Luxembourg

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