The country is located at the western end of the northern European plain, covering an area of 11,780 square miles (30,510 square kilometers); the neighboring states are France, Luxembourg, Germany, and the Netherlands. The two main rivers are the Schelde and the Meuse, both of which begin in France and flow toward the Netherlands.
The spectacular valleys and plateaus of Luxembourg city led it to be nicknamed the "Gibraltar of the North". It contains the historic Luxembourg Castle, established by the Franks in the Early Middle Ages, around which a settlement was developed.
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