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Ensemble des zones définies par le réglement grand-ducal du 28 juillet 2011 concernant le contenu du plan d'aménagement général d'une commune.
Project for delimitating the winegrowing areas in Luxemburg
Climate Map of the vineyards in Luxemburg
Project for delimitating the small winegrowing areas in Luxemburg
Current status of FLIK parcels after the annual update of the agricultural parcel reference system. The update was performed from the beginning of May to the end of July based on the latest national aerial photos (orthophotos) from September 2022. This layer is provisionally and the geometry changes are being validated by the concerned farmers in the course of the participation process (border adjustments, merge and division of parcels with new FLIK numbers, size changes, etc.).
This layer shows the parcel numbers, composed of main number and subnumber.
This layer shows the street names, as they are registered in the official town and street names database.
This layer shows the contents created within the public map portals by the individual user, which have been assigned to the specific sub-categories POI. Principally these are point data representing important point objects or attractions.
This layer contains the contours of the map sheets of the original cadastral map for the actual territory of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg, as it has been created and updated between 1811 and 1832. Every polygon contains a link to the scanned document, that can be opened and downloaded in form of PNG files. It is one the set, which has been kept in the archives of the administration du cadastre et de la topographie. At the time of their original use, all the modifications that occured to the parcels were recorded on the map sheets themselves by erasing and drawing. This, as well as their regular use, may explain the imperfect state of some particular map sheets. A 2nd set of map sheets is kept in the national archives.
This layer shows the borders of the cadastral sections, administrative subdivisions of the 130 municipalities as they existed in the beginning of the 19th century, when the cadastre was created in Luxemburg.