LUXEMBOURG is entirely landlocked, bounded by France in the south, Belgium in the west, and Germany in the east. The northern part of the country is a wooded plateau, known as the Oesling, rising to 550 meters or 1,804 feet.
This region is a continuation of the forested hills of the Ardennes Plateau, where Luxembourg’s highest peak, Buurgplatz (559 meters or 1,835 feet), is situated.
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