Constitution Square is located in close proximity to the city center, on the site of the ancient Bek bastion, from where a magnificent view of the valley of the Petrus River and the Adolf Bridge opens. In the center of the square is a statue of the sculptor Klaus Zito, commonly known as "Jel Ot" (a woman in gold or a golden lady). The monument is dedicated to the memory of fallen soldiers in battles during the First and Second World Wars. The 21 meter high monument stands on a square granite base in the form of an obelisk. At the top is a golden statue of a woman with a laurel wreath in her hands. In front of the monument are two bronze statues: a seated warrior and the body of his deceased comrade. In 1940, the monument was demolished by the Nazis, who entered Luxembourg. After the defeat of Germany in 1945, the monument was again erected on the square. Currently, the monument is a symbol of resistance, freedom, peace and patriotism. In the square near the monument, you can take stunning panoramic photos of the city. From here you can see the towers of Notre Dame Cathedral and a park complex in the Petrus Valley. Constitution Square is the starting point for sightseeing tours of the city. Here you can order a variety of bus tours of the city.