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Accessibility statement

A website should be accessible and easy to use for everyone, including people with a disability (visual, auditory, physical, cognitive disabilities, etc.) and who often use assistive software (for ex. a screen reader) or specialized hardware (for ex. a refreshable braille display).

The Musée national d’archéologie, d’histoire et d’art (National Museum of Archeology, History and Art) is committed to making its website accessible, in accordance with the law of May 28th 2019 in relation with accessibility for websites and applications of public institutions.

This accessibility statement applies to:

Compliance status

This website is partially compliant with the European standard EN 301 549 as well as Luxembourg’s standard: Référentiel général d’amélioration de l’accessibilité web (RGAA 4.1), the General Repository for the Improvement of Web Accessibility.

A detailed accessibility statement is currently being written and the Musée national d’archéologie, d’histoire et d’art (National Museum of Archeology, History and Art) is doing its utmost to publish it as soon as possible.

Feedback and contact information

If you notice an accessibility problem, please send an email to email hidden; JavaScript is required and include the following information:

- The problem you have encountered

- The page on which you have encountered the problem

If possible, please include a screenshot in order to help us identify the problem.

We commit to replying by email within one month. In order to solve the problem in a sustainable and feasible manner, we will prioritize accessibility improvements.

If this cannot be done, we will provide you with the desired information in an accessible format:

- written (paper document, or email)

- oral (in-person meeting or telephone call)

according to your written wishes.

Enforcement procedure

In case you do not receive a satisfactory answer, you can inform the Service information et presse (Information and Press Service) [], the governmental body responsible for accessibility control, through its online form [], or the Ombudsman [], mediator for the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg.