What is an unexpected danger in Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein

There is little that happens in the rest of Europe Miniature state between Switzerland and Vorarlberg is well known: A small, clean country on the edge of the Alps, peaceful without military service, unparalleled business-mindedness, which issues beautiful postage stamps and which produced the two Olympic ski champions Hanni and Andi Wenzel. The Principality of Liechtenstein is a constitutional monarchy and has existed since 1719, when Emperor Charles VI. it raised to the imperial principality. It is the only country whose name derives from the noble family that ruled it.

The gentlemen from Liechtenstein also like to surround themselves with art. The princely collection, which is famous far beyond the country's borders, is in the middle of Vaduz Liechtenstein Art Museum found a suitable home. To claim, Vaduz if it is otherwise an attractive city for tourists, that would be a lie. What makes the capital of Liechtenstein interesting, however, is its beautiful location on the slope of the Rhine Valley and the smell of the big, wide financial world that wafts through the shopping streets and noble restaurants.

Country information Liechtenstein
Other interesting topics