Lunéville (lünāvēlˈ) [key], town (1990 pop. 22,393), Meurthe-et-Moselle dept., NE France, on the Meurthe River in Lorraine. It is known for its crockery. Railroad equipment, textiles, and wooden toys are also made. The 18th-century palace in Lunéville was the residence of Stanislaus I. The treaty signed there in 1801 between France and Austria confirmed and supplemented the terms of the treaty that had been signed at Campo Formio.
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