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1. GAR15 Global Exposure Dataset for Luxembourg Point Stanford University Public content

2015. Global Resource Information Database and United Nations. Office for Disaster Risk Reduction. This point shapefile includes estimation on the economic value of the exposed assets in Luxembourg as well as their physical characteristics in urb... United Nations. Office for Disaster Risk Reduction.

5. The Netherlands, Belgium and Luxemburg Image Princeton University Public content

1905. Rand McNally and Company. Relief shown by hachures. In upper margin: Rand-McNally indexed atlas. 389. Index on verso. From: Rand McNally & Co.'s Indexed atlas of the world .... [Chicago] : Rand McNally & Co., c1905.

6. Holland & Belgium Image Princeton University Public content

1889. Bartholomew, John, 1831-1893. Shows boundaries, rivers, roads, railways and settlements. Greenwich meridian. In lower right-hand margin: 16. Probably issued in: General atlas of... [Edinburgh? : Published by A. & C. Black, 1889?].

7. Preussische Rhein-Provinz und das Herzogthum Nassau. Nach den besten Quellen entworfen und gezeichnt. vom Hauptm. Radefeld. 1846. Stich, Druck u. Verlag des Bibliograph Instituts in Hildburghausen, (1860) (Raster Image) Raster Stanford University Public content

1846. Rumsey, David, 1944- and Radefeld, Carl Christian Franz, 1788-1874. This layer is a georeferenced image of a map of the Rhein Province of Germany created in 1846. The original map appears in "Grosser Hand - Atlas Ub... Cartography Associates.

8. The Netherlands and the countries to the left bank of the Rhine Image Princeton University Public content

1818. Pinkerton, John, 1758-1826. Map of today's Belgium, Luxembourg, and eastern Germany with relief shown pictorially. At head of map: Pinkerton's modern atlas. Probably issued in... Philada. : Published by Dobson , [1818].

9. Pays Bas catholiques Image Princeton University Public content

1750. Robert de Vaugondy, Didier, 1723-1786. Relief shown pictorially. At top of map: No. 4. [Paris? : D. Robert de Vaugondy?], 1750.