|Reichsstrasse 397 in the German Empire|
|Start of the street:||Luxembourg City|
|End of street:||Border with Belgium at Steinfort|
|Overall length:||19 km historical, on Luxembourg territory occupied in 1940 and then placed under civil administration|
The national highway 397 ( R 397 ) was until 1945 a national route of the German Reich , the fully occupied in the 1940 and subsequently Civil Administration asked the German Empire Grand Duchy of Luxembourg went. The road began in the city of Luxembourg , where the former national route 57 branched off and went in west-northwest direction on the line today by Arlon in Belgium leading National Road 6 , where they at Steinfort ended. The Luxembourg A 6 motorway ( Areler motorway ) is now essentially parallel to the route .
The total length of the former Reichsstraße to the Belgian border was around 19 kilometers.
- The German Automobile Club (ed.): Road map of Germany, scale 1: 1,250,000, 1941