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Facts About Junglinster
Junglinster (Luxembourgish: Jonglënster) is a commune in central Luxembourg, which draws its name from its principal town, Junglinster. Other towns and villages located within the commune of Junglinster include Altlinster, Beidweiler, Blumenthal, Bourglinster, Eisenborn, Eschweiler, Godbrange, Gonderange, Graulinster, Imbringen and Rodenbourg. It is one of six communes in the Luxembourg canton of Grevenmacher.
As of 2018, the town of Junglinster has a population of 3,254, whilst the wider commune of Junglinster has a population of 7,621. Figures from the same year report that 64.11% of the population of the commune holds Luxembourgish nationality, with the five largest immigrant populations in the commune being those of Portuguese (7.77%), French (5.12%), German (3.88%), Belgian (3.27%) and British (1.91%) nationalities.
The commune hosts two of the world's most powerful longwave transmitters, with the older transmitter based just north of the town of Junglingster since 1933, and a more powerful longwave transmitter located in Beidweiller since 1972. These transmitters were utilised by Radio Luxembourg, which gained iconic status amongst audiences in Britain and Ireland in the 30's and again in the 60's and 70's, for popular programmes that circumnaviaged restrictive broadcasting laws, particularly in the UK. This gave Junglingster an important role in the history of pirate radio. The transmitters are in still in use by RTL (French radio).
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