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Liechtenstein was formed in 1719, when the two territories of "Vaduz" and "Schellenberg" were joined. Bordered by Switzerland and Austria, Liechtenstein is the 6th smallest country in the world, covering an area of 120 square kilometers. It's the only country in the world completely surrounded by the Alps. The people of Liechtenstein speak German.

Liechtenstein was formed in 1719, when the two territories of "Vaduz" and "Schellenberg" were joined. Bordered by Switzerland and Austria, Liechtenstein is the 6th smallest country in the world, covering an area of 120 square kilometers. It's the only country in the world completely surrounded by the Alps. The people of Liechtenstein speak German.

View some of the world’s finest art at the Princes of Liechtenstein Collection in Aix-en-Provence: https://www.qualityvillas.com/blog/2015/view-some-of-the-worlds-finest-art-at-the-princes-of-liechtenstein-collection-in-aix-en-provence/

View some of the world’s finest art at the Princes of Liechtenstein Collection in Aix-en-Provence: https://www.qualityvillas.com/blog/2015/view-some-of-the-worlds-finest-art-at-the-princes-of-liechtenstein-collection-in-aix-en-provence/

The Peasant Museum is located in one of the oldest and best preserved in the church Holzwohnbauten Schellenberg, Liechtenstein. The building was built in 1518 offers insight into the design and lifestyle of that era.

The Peasant Museum is located in one of the oldest and best preserved in the church Holzwohnbauten Schellenberg, Liechtenstein. The building was built in 1518 offers insight into the design and lifestyle of that era.

Stamps - Liechtenstein - Schellenberg 1949

Stamps - Liechtenstein - Schellenberg 1949

Vaduz Castle is the palace & official residence of the Prince of Liechtenstein. The castle gave its name to the town of Vaduz, the capital of Liechtenstein, which it overlooks from an adjacent hilltop. The Princely Family of Liechtenstein acquired Vaduz Castle in 1712 when it purchased the countship of Vaduz. At this time, Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor, combined the countship with the Lordship of Schellenberg, purchased by the Liechtensteins in 1699, to form the Principality of…

Vaduz Castle is the palace & official residence of the Prince of Liechtenstein. The castle gave its name to the town of Vaduz, the capital of Liechtenstein, which it overlooks from an adjacent hilltop. The Princely Family of Liechtenstein acquired Vaduz Castle in 1712 when it purchased the countship of Vaduz. At this time, Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor, combined the countship with the Lordship of Schellenberg, purchased by the Liechtensteins in 1699, to form the Principality of…

Vaduz Castle is the palace & official residence of the Prince of Liechtenstein. The castle gave its name to the town of Vaduz, the capital of Liechtenstein, which it overlooks from an adjacent hilltop. The Princely Family of Liechtenstein acquired Vaduz Castle in 1712 when it purchased the countship of Vaduz. At this time, Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor, combined the countship with the Lordship of Schellenberg, purchased by the Liechtensteins in 1699, to form the Principality of…

Vaduz Castle is the palace & official residence of the Prince of Liechtenstein. The castle gave its name to the town of Vaduz, the capital of Liechtenstein, which it overlooks from an adjacent hilltop. The Princely Family of Liechtenstein acquired Vaduz Castle in 1712 when it purchased the countship of Vaduz. At this time, Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor, combined the countship with the Lordship of Schellenberg, purchased by the Liechtensteins in 1699, to form the Principality of…

Vaduz Castle is the palace & official residence of the Prince of Liechtenstein. The castle gave its name to the town of Vaduz, the capital of Liechtenstein, which it overlooks from an adjacent hilltop. The Princely Family of Liechtenstein acquired Vaduz Castle in 1712 when it purchased the countship of Vaduz. At this time, Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor, combined the countship with the Lordship of Schellenberg, purchased by the Liechtensteins in 1699, to form the Principality of…

Vaduz Castle is the palace & official residence of the Prince of Liechtenstein. The castle gave its name to the town of Vaduz, the capital of Liechtenstein, which it overlooks from an adjacent hilltop. The Princely Family of Liechtenstein acquired Vaduz Castle in 1712 when it purchased the countship of Vaduz. At this time, Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor, combined the countship with the Lordship of Schellenberg, purchased by the Liechtensteins in 1699, to form the Principality of…

View from the castle - Vaduz Castle is the palace & official residence of the Prince of Liechtenstein. The castle gave its name to the town of Vaduz, the capital of Liechtenstein, which it overlooks from an adjacent hilltop. The Princely Family of Liechtenstein acquired Vaduz Castle in 1712 when it purchased the countship of Vaduz. At this time, Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor, combined the countship with the Lordship of Schellenberg, purchased by the Liechtensteins in 1699...

View from the castle - Vaduz Castle is the palace & official residence of the Prince of Liechtenstein. The castle gave its name to the town of Vaduz, the capital of Liechtenstein, which it overlooks from an adjacent hilltop. The Princely Family of Liechtenstein acquired Vaduz Castle in 1712 when it purchased the countship of Vaduz. At this time, Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor, combined the countship with the Lordship of Schellenberg, purchased by the Liechtensteins in 1699...

Royal House of Liechtenstein - Reigning Prince Hans-Adam II and his wife Princess Marie (centre) surrounded by their four children.  Clockwise from left: Prince Constantin, Princess Tatjana, Prince Maximilian and  Prince Alois

Royal House of Liechtenstein - Reigning Prince Hans-Adam II and his wife Princess Marie (centre) surrounded by their four children. Clockwise from left: Prince Constantin, Princess Tatjana, Prince Maximilian and Prince Alois

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