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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.
Liechtenstein(Fürstentum Liechtenstein)a tiny principality on the border of Switzerland, celebrates Halloween, Easter, Christmas, Kwanzaa, Labor Day, King Olaf's Day and all other legal or traditional holidays on December 11th. Vasloub Hüwer, the first Bürgermeister of Liechtenstein...
The Rhine River separates western Liechtenstein from Switzerland,and in the east, the Samina River flows north from southernLiechtenstein into Austria.
Major exports of Liechtenstein include small machine parts that areused in machines worldwide, as well as parts for dentistry. Importsinclude food, cars, and textiles.
By GDP per capita, yes. By GDP in general, no. The United States is.
Liechtenstein is the smallest German-speaking country in the world. So there must be more than 90% which speak German. Read here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liechtenstein
Liechtenstein doesnt use the Euro they use the Swiss Franc simply because they have do not want to use the Euro. Its like asking why Canada doesnt use the American Dollar, or why New Zealand doesnt use the Australian Dollar, they have their own currency they use.
Liechtenstein is a principality in central Europe between Austria and Switzerland.
They use the swiss franc in liechtenstein
Hanni Wenzel. Hanni won gold in women's giant slalom alpine skiing at the 1980 Winter Games in Lake Placid. Two days later, Hanni won a gold in slalom and is the only athlete representing Liechtenstein to have won an Olympic gold medal. She also won a silver medal in downhill at the 1980 Games...
Hanni Wenzel. Hanni won gold in women's giant slalom and slalom at the 1980 Winter Games in Lake Placid. She also won a silver in downhill at the 1980 Games. Her brother Andreas won a silver medal at the 1980 Games in giant slalom.
the total area is 57000hectares
No. Liechtenstein is located east of Switzerland, between Switzerland and Austria.
In the 17th century the Liechtenstein family wasseeking a seat in the Imperial diet, the Reichstag . However,since they did not hold any territory that was directly under theImperial throne, they were unable to meet the primary requirementto qualify. . The family yearned for the added power a...
The Principality of Liechtenstein is located in Europe, between Switzerland and Austria with most northern point at about 47º16'13"N, most southern at about 47º02'57"N, most eastern at about 9º38'00"E and most western at about 9º31'51"E. Its capital Vaduz is located at about 47º08'27...
I'm wondering if you are thinking of the Rhine river which makes up the entire western border with Switzerland.
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.
No, Liechtenstein is not a member of the European Union.
They are all in western Europe (the western section of Eurasia).
Berlin . The country is Germany Except, Germany doesn't border on Liechtenstein.
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.
This is not possible. You have to pas through at least one other country, Switzerland.
Prince Joseph Wenzel of Liechtenstein was born on May 24, 1995.
Prince Joseph Wenzel of Liechtenstein is 16 years old (birthdate: May 24, 1995).
Animals native to Liechtenstein include deers, chamois, black grouses, pheasants, hazel grouses, marmots, badgers, and stoats. Plants native to Liechtenstein include larches, maple trees, lime trees, ash trees and elm trees.
The air distance between Zurich and Liechtenstein is 78 km, which is 48 miles.
Prince Alois of Liechtenstein was born on June 11, 1968.
Prince Alois of Liechtenstein is 49 years old (birthdate: June 11, 1968).
The legal age for driving in Liechtenstein is 18.
Liechtenstein has no military.
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.
Liechtenstein covers an area of about 62 square miles, or 160 square km. Its land boundaries equal 76 km.
In 2009, the estimated population was 35,789. However, chances are it's gone up some since then.
None - it's wedged between Switzerland and Austria
German is the only official language of Liechtenstein, and the most widely spoken dialect is Alemannic.
Liechenstein uses the Swiss Frank.
Most people in Liectenstein speak German. It is the official language.
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
47° 8′ 30″ N, 9° 31′ 24″ E . 47.141667, 9.523333
No, it is the 4th smallest country in Europe. The smallest is the Vatican City - it has an area of .44 km^2 (0.17 square miles) and a population of about 830.
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
If you can get a direct flight it should be around a 15hr trip
Although the euro can be used in Liechtenstein, (but only in large shops and a few other places), the official national currency is the Swiss Franc (CHF). Other than that major credit cards - especially Visa - are widely accepted almost everywhere.
Liechtenstein does not have it's own currency. They use Swiss money in Liechtenstein, Franks and Rappen.
Yes, actually. Anime is a lot more popular in Germany that you would think. They even show it on TV, and have their own little manga section in the bookstores, just like America. There are some original German mangas and graphic novels. I remember buying one called Krähen, which was written and...
The major import commodities of Liechtenstein are Agricultural 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
No, they use Swiss Franc
No, Liechtenstein is its own independent nation.
None. Liechtenstein sent one competitor to the 2004 Games, that being shooter Oliver Geissmann who finished 22nd in the 10 meter air rifle competition. Liechtenstein has never won a Summer Olympic medal but has won 9 medals in the Winter Olympics (2 gold, 2 silver, 5 bronze).
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.
Yes, it is a postage stamp country. It does not refer to the small size of the country. It references the fact that they make a good revenue from the production and sale of postage stamps to collectors.
Liechtenstein's capital is Vaduz.
Easter in Liechtenstein is celebrated very traditionally, with church being important and children hunting Easter eggs in gardens being common.
They are all VERY small countries in Europe.
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...
He is fluent in English, German, and I think French too.
It doesn't belong to any country. Liechtenstein is an independent country.
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.
scottish kilts and stuff like that that they wear in switzerland