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Liechtenstein

The Principality of Liechtenstein is a West European neighbor of Austria and Switzerland. It is the world's largest producer of false teeth, and one of the world's two doubly landlocked nations. Typical questions relate to the country's leading art collections and museums, mountain climate, summer and winter tourist resorts, tax haven banking, and universal literacy and multilingualism.
By GDP per capita, yes. By GDP in general, no. The United States is.
Liechtenstein is a principality in central Europe between Austria and Switzerland.
They use the swiss franc in liechtenstein
In the 17th century the Liechtenstein family was  seeking a seat in the Imperial diet, the Reichstag. However,  since they did not hold any territory that was directly under the  Imperial throne, they were unable to meet the primary requirement  to qualify.  The family yearned for the added...
No, Liechtenstein is not a member of the European Union.
As of July 2009, the estimated population of Liechtenstein was 34,761.As of 2010, Lichtenstein has a population of 35,593
Liechtenstein is mostly mountainous . Other physical features include the Rhine Valley and the Rhine River.
Austria and Switzerland FL = Fürstentum Liechtenstein This is the official name of the country, and FL is the official abbreviation. Liechenstein borders on Austria and Switzerland.
The air distance between Zurich and Liechtenstein is 78 km, which is 48 miles.
As of 2010, Liechtenstein has a population of 35,593. The population of Liechtenstein in 2008 was estimated by the United Nations at about 34500. Note that the name of this state is spelled with -ie-, whereas Roy Lichtenstein uses one e less.
Yes, Liechtenstien IS A Nation.
Liechenstein uses the Swiss Frank.
vatican The Vatican City is both a city and a country. Liechenstein is a country.
it is the smallest German speaking country. it is completely land locked. only German speaking country that doesn't share a border with Germany.
Switzerland is west of Liechtenstein. Austria is east of Liechtenstein.
has a total of 1600 plant species, of which 800 are native to the mountains. Indeed, in Liechtenstein alone there are no fewer than 48 different types of orchid
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Austria and the Roman province of Raetia. It was formed as a country by the Holy Roman Empire.
because it gains from being a tax haven
Liechtenstein is a small country in Europe, located between Austria and Switzerland.
they go skiing and surfing swimming and have a good time
Liechtenstein does not have it's own currency. They use Swiss money in Liechtenstein, Franks and Rappen.
The major import commodities of Liechtenstein areAgricultural products, raw materials, energy products, machinery, metal goods, textiles, foodstuffs, &motor vehicles
Liechenstein does not have any states. It is too small to be divided up federally. It has "Gemeinde", which is approximately equivalent to a parish or borough in English.
Liechtenstein is a state, and independent country and a nation. All these terms are interchangeable. P.S. A "state" can mean either an independent country, or the sub-divisions of a federal country.
it is next to switserland
 Liechtenstein's total area is 160,009,465 square meters. 
Liechtenstein is in Western Europe on the border of Switzerland. In 2006, Liechtenstein celebrated 200 Years of Sovereignty of the Principality of Liechtenstein.
Exports : Commodities: small specialty machinery, dental products, stamps, hardware, pottery    Imports : Commodities: agricultural products, raw materials, machinery, metal goods, textiles, foodstuffs, motor vehicles
Yes, Liechenstein is part of the Schengen Area
Liechtensteiners eat three meals a day. Coffee and bread with jam are commonly eaten for breakfast (called Zmorga ). Zmittag, eaten at midday, is the main meal of the day and typically includes a main dish, soup, salad, and dessert. A lighter meal (Znacht) is eaten at dinnertime, often consisting of...
He is fluent in English, German, and I think French too.
It doesn't belong to any country. Liechtenstein is an independent country.
There aren't many, however, there are some. The leader of Liechtenstien is Prince Hans-Adam II, and a famous artist from there is Bruno Kaufmann.I hope this helps!
Zürich Flughafen (= Zurich Airport) station to Schan-Vaduz station is 45.40 Franks single without a railcard. See the SBB website for all times and prices.
Officially, Lichtenstein maintained neutrality throughout WWII, even though Pro-Nazi sympathizers were known to exist within its borders. Lichtenstein has had no standing army since 1868.
The proper noun, a country in Europe, is spelled Liechtenstein.
Adrian Hasler is the current Prime Minister of  Liechtenstein as of March 27, 2013.
Liechtenstein is a small country in Europe, located between Austria and Switzerland.
The official language is German but most speak Alemannic, a dialect of German.
beans ,dulce de leche,dulce de coco.
Major towns/cities Balzers, Schaan, Ruggell, Triesen, Eschen Physical features landlocked Alpine; includes part of Rhine Valley in west Airports the nearest international airport is at Z�rich, Switzerland Railways total length: 18.5 km/11.5 mi Roads total road network: 250 km/155 mi, of which 100%...
Yes. Liechtenstein enters competitors in alpine skiing events in the Winter Olympics. Liechtenstein also had a representative in the Marathon and in Shooting at the 2008 Summer Olympics.
Liechtenstein is a small country in Europe, located between Austria and Switzerland.
No, but Liechtenstein offers same-sex civil partnerships, effective September 1, 2011.
Liechtenstein is a very wealthy country and its citizens enjoy one of the largest incomes in the world. Liechtenstein is a very small country, however, and is surrounded by the European Alps. Temperatures are usually cold. However, the overall standard of living in Liechtenstein is very high.
It isn't. Liechtenstein is an independent country located between Switzerland and Austria.
In Liechtenstein they speak German.
6 same-sex partnerships were registered in Liechtenstein during the first year, which began September 1, 2011.
The easiest way is to take a train from Zürich to Buchs, and then a connecting a bus from Buchs to Vaduz, the capital. You can get a train from Buchs to Schaan in Liechtenstein, but it is infrequent.
    Very low unemployment rate.   Very small population.   Strong financial sector which acts as a tax haven for countries in close proximity - it has more registered companies than citizens.   Personal and company taxes are very low.    
Liechtenstein is a country. The term 'definition of' does not make any sense.
babies and you know what you have to do for that...
There are several reasons: The stamps they produce are well crafted and excellent examples of the art of engraving. The country is small and the stamps are still produced in reasonable quantities, unlike many that create wallpaper.
There aren't any big cities in Liechtenstein. The largest town is Schaan, with a population of 5758. The capital, Vaduz, has a population of 5342.
No, Liechtenstein is an independent country, located between Austria and Switzerland.
Liechtenstein is not in any other country, it is an independent country. Liechtenstein is land-locked country in Europe, between Switzerland and Austria.
Sometimes. The official currency of Liechtenstein is the Swiss Frank.But, since many people cross the border every day from Austria, which does use the Euro, many shops, restaurants etc. accept Euros as well.
No. Liechtenstein lies between Switzerland and Austria.
Liechtenstein is about 15 miles long.
No, you have to fly into Switzerland.
The principality of Liechtenstein.
Liechtenstein is located between Austria and Switzerland.
The Swiss franc (or Frank) is the currency of Switzerland and Liechtenstein.
yes It is to small a country to have its own currency.
Liechenstein is already in a currency union (and customs union) with Switzerland. I have not heard of any plans to switch to the Euro. I am not sure what the advantages of this would be.
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Liechtenstein is country code +423. There are no city codes or areacodes. The local number is 7 digits. (The plus signmeans "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSMmobile phone, you can enter the number in full internationalformat, starting with the plus sign. The most common...
 Liechtenstein's area is 61.78 square miles. 
Yes, Liechtenstein is part of the Schengen Area.
Yes. Liechtenstein is in central Europe.
Yes Liechtenstein is between Switzerland and Austria. To the north and also to the south of Liechtenstein, Switzerland and Austria border directly on each other.
FL is the international number plate abbreviation for Liechtenstein. FL = Fürstentum Liechtenstein There are about 250 km (155 miles) of paved roadway within Liechtenstein, with 90 km of marked bicycle paths. There is no road numbering System in use in Liechtenstein.
Leichtenstein is located on the European continent. It is in Western Europe on the border of Switzerland.
Liechtenstein has a customs union with Switzerland. It has also used the Swiss Franc since 1920. It is effectively part of the Swiss economy. If it were to join the EU without Switzerland this would require customs between Liechtenstein and Switzerland, and would be a great disruption to its...
  By quote of the first prince of Liechtenstein, "Blue is the color of a radiant sky, Red, the color of the embers in the fireplace at evening gatherings." The golden crown on the flag represents the relationship between the prince, the people and the land.
Yes. Pursuant to Schedule 20 of the UK Civil Partnership Act 2004, a same-sex relationship referred to as eingetrangene Partnerschaft formed in Liechtenstein is legally recognized as a civil partnership in the United Kingdom.