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Those residents speak, read, and write in French, German, and Luxembourgish (Lëtzebuergesch), switching between them effortlessly.
The triangle-shaped country borders Germany to the east, France to the south, and Belgium to the west.
The most important influence on the nation's cultural traditions is its location between the French and Germanic culture realms.
In 1997, Portuguese accounted for 13 percent of the population, Italians 5 percent, French 4 percent, Belgians 3 percent, Germans 2 percent, citizens of other European Union countries 3 percent, and citizens of other countries 3 percent.
The percentage of native-born residents declined from 93 percent in 1947 to 67 percent in 1997. Language is the most important element of cultural identity for the native-born.
The number of native-born Luxembourgers increased modestly from 262,000 in 1947 to 280,000 in 1997, because Luxembourgers have one of the world's lowest fertility rates, but the number of immigrants increased from 29,000 to 140,000.
The largest groups of immigrants came from Italy in the 1950s and 1960s and from Portugal beginning in the 1970s.