The is a large impressive map of Luin xembourg and parts of Belgium prepared in 1692 by the French cartographer Alexis-Hubert Jaillot. Focused on the region between the Meuse and Moselle Rivers, map covers in minute detail from Rocroy in the west to Virnenbourg in the east and from Liege in the north to Thionville in the south. An elaborate allegorical cartouche appears in the lower right quadrant. Additional less decorative cartouches in the upper right and lower left feature a key and distance scale, respectively. Map names and major and minor towns, rivers, counties, some topographical features, and political districts. Published in the 1692 Pierre Mortier Amsterdam edition of Jaillot's Atlas Nouveau.