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  • Aerial images which have been used for the photogrammetric restitution of the topographic maps. These images are not georeferenced nor orthorectified. The data in the 1:30000 scale covers the entire country.

  • Aerial images which have been used for the photogrammetric restitution of the topographic maps. These images are not georeferenced nor orthorectified. The data in the 1:30000 scale covers the entire country.

  • Aerial images which have been used for the photogrammetric restitution of the topographic maps. These images are not georeferenced nor orthorectified. The data in the 1:30000 scale covers the entire country.

  • Aerial images which have been used for the photogrammetric restitution of the 1954 topographic map. These images are not georeferenced nor orthorectified. The data in the 1:10000 scale covers the region around the capital.

  • Aerial images which have been used for the photogrammetric restitution of the 1954 topographic map. These images are not georeferenced nor orthorectified. The data in the 1:25000 scale covers entire country.

  • Aerial images which have been used for the photogrammetric restitution of the 1964 topographic map. These images are not georeferenced nor orthorectified. The data in the 1:20000 scale covers the entire country.

  • This layer contains the official orthophotos covering the national territory of Luxembourg. The 3 surveying flights took place on 4 and 5 July and 22 August 2019, with a sun position of > 35°. The ground sampling distance is <0,20m. The perspective displacement is in general <25%, except for Luxembourg-City, where it is <15% for a zone of 10x9km (90km2, centered on the coordinates 78000 east and 74500 north). On the borders, a zone of 50m behind the country border is included.

  • This layer contains the official orthophotos covering the national territory of Luxemburg, and that have been produced following a surveying flight in autumn 2007 under the responsibility of the administration du cadastre et de la topographie.

  • In february 2019, the ACT has executed a LIDAR flight for the whole country. Issued from the same flight, this aerial image (orthophoto) is primary for technical use.