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Liechtenstein

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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.
As of July 2009, the estimated population of Liechtenstein was 34,761.As of 2010, Lichtenstein has a population of 35,593
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The capital city of Liechtenstein is Vaduz Its largest city is Schaan.
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Liechtenstein is not a republic. It is a principality ("Fürstentum"). The head of state is a prince ("Fürst"). The official name of the country is "Fürstentum Liechtenstein". That is why the international car registration letters for Liechtenstein are "FL".
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Liechtenstein is located in central Europe, between Austria and Switzerland.
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Liechtenstein is pronounced as leah -ten- shtine, with the "h" on "Leah" as a hard "h". The hard h is difficult for non-Germans, but it's as if one is forcing the air hard at the back of one's throat. Other acceptable pronunciations are Leech-ten-stine or Leek-ten-stine.
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Yes. Liechtenstein is a country and a Principality, meaning it is ruled by a prince. A country may be a principality, a kingdom, a monarchy or a republic.
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Liechtenstein is a small country located between Switzerland and Australia. Population: a little over 300,000. Liechtenstein has no military and is completey depentant on Switzerland. To get into Liechtenstein, one must follow Switzerland's customs as the two countries are unified.
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They speak German in Liechtenstein.
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The largest city in Liechtenstein is Schaan, with a population of just over 5,700.
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The best place is up the Fürstensteig. I did it this summer and it was beautiful...as soon as you are up the Drei Schwestern mountains, you don't want to go back.
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Liechtenstein has international representation in tennis, football and ice hockey. Winter sports such as skiing are also popular.
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Major exports of Liechtenstein include small machine parts that are used in machines worldwide, as well as parts for dentistry. Imports include food, cars, and textiles.
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Liechtenstein is a principality in central Europe between Austria and Switzerland.
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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"N-9º31'18…
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Liechtenstein is mostly mountainous. Other physical features include the Rhine Valley and the Rhine River.
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The air distance between Zurich and Liechtenstein is 78 km, which is 48 miles.
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Liechtenstein covers an area of about 62 square miles, or 160 square km. Its land boundaries equal 76 km.
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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.
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No, they use Swiss Franc
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Liechtenstein is in Western Europe on the border of Switzerland. In 2006, Liechtenstein celebrated 200 Years of Sovereignty of the Principality of Liechtenstein.
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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.
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Liechtenstein has never hosted the Olympic Games. The country has attended and even earned medals in both summer and winter events.
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Yes. Liechtenstein is in central Europe.
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No. Liechtenstein is a small country between Austria and Switzerland.
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Leichtenstein is located on the European continent. It is in Western Europe on the border of Switzerland.
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Liechtenstein is land-locked country in Europe, between Switzerland and Austria.
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Liechtenstein's style of government is constitutional monarchy. The country is a Principality, with a Prince as Chief of State. This makes it an Hereditary Constitutional Monachy.
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Switzerland and Austria share a border. But there is also Liechtenstein between them.The Principality of Liechtenstein has an area of 160 Km2 and a population of 35,000.
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Principality of Liechtenstein - 61.96 square miles.
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, it is the same word, though in German it is hallo
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Swiss Franc
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Liechtenstein is bordered by Switzerland to the west and south, and Austria to the east.
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austria and Switzerland
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Liechtenstein is a small country in Europe, located between Austria and Switzerland.
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Neither is the answer. Liechtenstein borders Austria and Switzerland. Luxembourg borders Germany, Belgium and France.
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The largest city in Liechtenstein is Schaan. The capital of the country is Vaduz. The entire country of Liechtenstein is only 62 square miles.
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No, Liechtenstein is autonomous. It doesn't even have a border to germany. Just to Austria and Switzerland.
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47° 16′ 0″ North, 9° 32′ 0″ East
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Most people in Liechtenstein are Roman Catholic but there is a small percentage of Protestant religion in Liechtenstein.
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Liechtenstein is between Switzerland and Austria.
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Adorra, Liechtenstein, and Monaco are all considered micro states within the European Union. San Marino, and the Vatican city are other examples of micro states.
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The golden crown on the flag of Liechtenstein represents the relationship between the prince, the people and the land.
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Liechtenstein is a very small country between Switzerland and Austria. See the maps below.
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Yes. The chief of State in the country of Liechtenstein is Prince Hans Adam II .
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Sports played in Liechtenstein include soccer and skiing. They also like to play table tennis, squash and the Italian game Boccia.
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Vaduz is the capital of Liechtenstein.
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Nothing. Vaduz is the capital of Liechtenstein.
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The river which borders Liechtenstein is the Rhine River.
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Liechtenstein is a prosperous country, with a strongly industrialised, free-enterprise economy. It has a GDP (PPP) of $1.786 billion, or $25,000 per person. The cou ntry does not have many natural resources, so it has compensated by successfully developing its industries. It imports over 90% of its …
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mEAT CUISIENE
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Liechtenstein (Principality of Liechtenstein) - 61.960 square miles.
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No. Liechtenstein is sandwiched between Austria and Switzerland.
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Schaan, Mauren and a lot more but im a little tired to type it so just go to this website: http://wwp.greenwichmeantime.com/time-zone/europe/liechtenstein/cities.htm and also Vaduz.
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one of the things it is famous for is it's stamps
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Switzerland and Austria share a border. But there is also Liechtenstein between them.
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Vaduz is the capital of Liechtenstein. It is a Principality situated between Switzerland and Austria. Its population is about 35,000 and it is widely regarded as a 'micro' state and a tax haven.
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Liechtenstein is the most beautiful place I have ever visited. It is famous for being situated in the Alps as well as for being one of the smallest nations in the world. Vaduz, the capital city, is also home to the Schloss Vaduz (Castle Vaduz) which is still in use by the Prince. It is an amazing si…
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17 schools are in Liechtenstein
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Liechtenstein is a Principality, run by a hereditary Prince. The nationality is Liechtenstinian.
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von und zu Liechtenstein
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They are called Liechensteiners.
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The one major river in Liechtenstein is the Rhine. It forms the western border of Liechtenstein.
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Liechtenstein's capital is Vaduz.
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This question is somewhat confusing. There are two countries bordering Liechenstein, Austria to the east and Switzerland to the west.
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learn to type first then ask again later
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wine grapes
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Bigger. Actually, 127 times bigger.
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It can be fun to learn about a new place, and its bodies of water. The Longest river in Liechtenstein is the Rhine River.
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The diet in Liechtenstein consists of many pastries, sandwiches, and smoked meats. The drinks include milk, coffee, and alcohol.
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There are no known wolves in the wild in the tiny country of Liechtenstein. The European wolf has been extinct in that area for many decades.
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No there is no registered data of poverty in Liechtenstein. Just to let you know only PIB and GDP are data from the countries, the rest is the same of Switzerland.
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Liechtenstein is a very small country with low taxes. There are mountains. German and English are both spoken by many.
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Liechtenstein does not have a king. It is a principality ("Fürstentum") and has a prince ("Fürst"). The current Fürst (since 1989) is Hans-Adam II. Full Name: Johannes Adam Ferdinand Alois Josef Maria Marko d'Aviano Pius von und zu Liechtenstein.
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Places in Europe were never 'discovered', they have been known, and people have lived there, for thousands of years. But for most of this time no written records were kept, so the earliest record of a place is often hundreds of years after it was first settled. The earliest written record to mentio…
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where is olivier native herbal roots are found in India
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This question is somewhat confusing. There are two countries bordering Liechenstein, Austria to the east and Switzerland to the west.
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the natural resources are hydroelectric potential,arable land
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Liechtensteiner (male) Liechtensteinerin (female)
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Liechtenstein has a border with Switzerland, but it does not surround Switzerland.
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schellenberg
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In Liechtenstein, the Christmas season starts around December 6th or 7th. Saint Nicholas or Santa Claus, usually a family member or friend in costume, visits each household and tells the children who have been good and who has been bad. Then the children tell him what they want the Christmas Angel t…
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They eat Europe foods
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they have a very special cuizine that they eat
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It is a country
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By GDP per capita, yes. By GDP in general, no. The United States is.
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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
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