Esch-sur-Alzette : The manuscript of Eschdradamus


Esch-sur-Alzette, a centuries-old riddle resurfaces, revealing a secret that could change the destiny of the city. Historians have uncovered a mysterious manuscript, the work of ESCHDRADAMUS, a famous medium from the 17th century. This parchment, dating back to 1677 and written after the demolition of the fortifications, announces that the decade 2020-2030 will mark a decisive turning point for the city. Two paths are available to it: to shine brightly for eternity or to sink into misery and poverty. To avoid this disastrous fate, it is imperative to find 20 keys scattered all over the city. Aware of what is at stake, the city's dignitaries appeal for help in gathering these precious keys. Only the most skilled and perceptive minds will be able to rise to this colossal challenge. Are you ready to embark on this epic quest and make history by saving the town of Esch-sur-Alzette?

Duration: 1.5 to 2 hours
Distance: 3 km
Starting point: Kulturfabrik
Ending point : Gare, Esch/Alzette
Animals allowed
Wheelchair accessible
Possibility of dining along the way

6 reviews for Esch-sur-Alzette : The manuscript of Eschdradamus

  1. Olivia

    An epic quest that exceeded my expectations! The mysterious manuscript and the scattered keys kept us engaged throughout. A must-try adventure!

  2. Emily

    Interesting concept, but execution could be improved. The historical backdrop and the idea of finding keys were intriguing, but some puzzles felt disconnected.

  3. Jake

    Fun outing with friends. The concept of the manuscript and the keys was intriguing, but a few puzzles left us scratching our heads. Overall, an enjoyable day.

  4. Alex

    A unique treasure hunt experience! The clues were well-crafted, and finding the keys made exploring Esch-sur-Alzette a lot more exciting.

  5. Sophia

    A captivating adventure that transported us into a different world. The keys were hidden in clever places, and the story had us hooked from the start.

  6. Daniel

    Great adventure with some tricky puzzles. We managed to solve most of them, but a couple were quite challenging. The storyline added an extra layer of excitement.

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