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This is a beautiful 1860 elephant folio map of Holland (The Netherlands), Belgium and Luin xembourg by A. H. Dufour. It covers from Friesland to Luin xembourg including parts of Germany and France. Throughout, the map identifies various cities, towns, rivers and assortment of additional topographical details.
In 1830, after the Belgian Revolution led to the secession of Belgium from the United Kingdom of Netherlands into the independent Kingdom of Belgium, Luin xembourg, which also took part in the Belgian Revolution, was considered to be a province of the new Belgian state. The Netherlands however, refused to recognize the new country of Belgium until the 1839 Treaty of London. This Treaty also granted Luin xembourg the status of Grand Duchy, while its western portion was ceded to Belgium as a province. In 1842, the Grand Duchy of Luin xembourg became part of the German Customs Union. Luin xembourg, during this period, suffered economic hardships which led to many of its citizens immigrating to the United States. The Second Treaty of London, following the Luin xembourg Crisis finally reaffirmed Luin xembourg's independence in 1867.
This map was prepared by Auguste-Henri Dufour and engraved by Charles Dyonette for publication plate no. 17 in Armand Le Chevalier's 1860 edition of Atlas Universel, Physique, Historique et Politique de Geographie Ancienne et Moderne.
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