This image is full of goodies! There is the magnificent Theophilus crater (104km dia) on the right (lunar east) side of this image with its splendidly detailed central peaks. Below is the older and slightly smaller Cyrillus (100km). To the east of Theophilus is Madler with a fascinating ejecta splash surrounding. On the left side of this image (lunar west) is the huge shadow filled Albategnius (139km). Between these two extremes of this image are several very interesting features. Almost dead center in the image you will see a small “o”. This marks the location of the Apollo 16 in the Descartes highlands. The little white spot just below the “o” is Stone Mountain that was explored by the astronauts and above are the Smoky Mountains. Below this region is the ruined crater Descartes (49km) which has an interior ring and Descartes A (14km) on the west side. Just below center is a large flat floored crater, Abulfeda (65km). Tangent to the southeast wall of this crater and trailing off this image to the southwest is a chain of craters called Catena Abulfeda. The length is listed as 216km running almost to Polybius with many of the larger craterlets being named as satellite craters of larger nearby craters but generally they are not named below the 5km diameter.
There is much more to see in this region, too much to detail here.