Celts and Romans
Both tribes leave their traces in Grevenmacher.
Following an exchange contract Count Walram of Arlon and his wife obtain usufruct of Grevenmacher.
Count Henry IV can definitely attach Grevenmacher to the county of Luxembourg.
Count Henry V (Henry the Blond) hands over the Freedom Charta to Grevenmacher.
John of Luxembourg (John the Blind) gives Grevenmacher as a pledge to his uncle, Baldwin of Luxembourg, elector and archbishop of Trier.
Duke Wenceslas grants market rights to Grevenmacher and the right to use a seal.
For the first time Grevenmacher is amongst the cities having a seat with the right to vote in the diet of the duchy.
Nobleman Peter of Osbourg bequeaths his whole fortune to the city of Grevenmacher. The civil hospice is founded.
The troups of margrave Albrecht of Brandenburg invade Grevenmacher and plunder the locality.
Upon order of Louis XIV the city-wall of Grevenmacher is grinded by General Boufflers.
The name of the city is written for the first time as in today’s spelling : Grevenmacher
The Parish church Saint Laurentius is built next to the watch and defense tower.
The Emperor Napoleon 1st visits Grevenmacher. At that time, the Duchy of Luxembourg was part of the forest department.
The “big fire” destroys 147 homes, 80 stables and 39 barns.
Grevenmacher becomes the capital of the district and canton.
Construction of the first cross-border bridge between Grevenmacher and Wellen. It was opened to circulation in 1882.
Opening of the railway line between Wasserbillig and Grevenmacher.
The economical growth of the locality is rising and modern viticulture is starting.
The second World War leaves bad traces in Grevenmacher. The cross-border bridge is destroyed.
Grevenmacher is growing steadily. Life is good in the modern booming city with its historical center.
Inauguration of the canal of the Moselle and its barrage in Grevenmacher-Wellen and sluice in Grevenmacher. The Moselle river becomes an international navigation road.
Opening of the “post-war” cross-border bridge Grevenmacher-Wellen.
Opening of the new modern bridge between Grevenmacher and Wellen.