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Rhine, flows into the North Sea. Samina River, flows into the Ill. It originates in the principality and continues into Austria Name Height Coordinates Naafkopf 2570 m [1] 47°3′38.54″N 9°36′25.75″E/47.0607056°N 9.6071528°E/47.0607056; 9.6071528 Hinter Grauspitz (Schwarzhorn) 2574 m [1] 47°3′17.4″N 9°35′17″E/47.054833°N 9.58806°E/47.054833; 9.58806 Grauspitz 2599 m [1] 47°3′10″N 9°34′55″E/47.05278°N 9.58194°E/47.05278; 9.58194 Falknis 2560 m [1] 47°3′1.9″N 9°33′52.3″E/47.050528°N 9.564528°E/47.050528; 9.564528 Falknishorn (Mazorakopf) 2451 m [1] 47°2′54.52″N 9°33′25.17″E/47.0484778°N 9.5569917°E/47.0484778; 9.5569917 Mittlerspitz 1897 m [1] 47°3′54″N 9°32′23″E/47.065°N 9.53972°E/47.065; 9.53972 Mittagspitz 1857 m [1] 47°4′9″N 9°32′3″E/47.06917°N 9.53417°E/47.06917; 9.53417 Koraspitz 1927 m [1] 47°4′45″N 9°33′28″E/47.07917°N 9.55778°E/47.07917; 9.55778 Langspitz 2006 m [1] 47°4′43.7″N 9°33′43.1″E/47.078806°N 9.561972°E/47.078806; 9.561972 Goldlochspitz 2110 m [1] 47°4′57″N 9°34′2″E/47.0825°N 9.56722°E/47.0825; 9.56722 Kulmi[2] / Kolme[1] 1993 m 47°5′15″N 9°34′20″E/47.0875°N 9.57222°E/47.0875; 9.57222 Heubühl 1936 m [1] 47°5′46″N 9°34′0.9″E/47.09611°N 9.566917°E/47.09611; 9.566917 Plasteikopf 2356 m [1] 47°3′55″N 9°34′38″E/47.06528°N 9.57722°E/47.06528; 9.57722 Augstenberg 2359 m [1] 47°4′57″N 9°36′36″E/47.0825°N 9.61°E/47.0825; 9.61#20;(Augstenberg) Gamsgrat 2201 m [1] 47°6′38″N 9°37′14″E/47.11056°N 9.62056°E/47.11056; 9.62056#20;(Gamsgrat) Ochsenkopf 2286 m [1] 47°6′53″N 9°37′28″E/47.11472°N 9.62444°E/47.11472; 9.62444 Scheienkopf 2159 m [1] (summit in Austria) 47°7′43″N 9°38′8″E/47.12861°N 9.63556°E/47.12861; 9.63556 Stachlerkopf 2071 m [1] 47°7′18.6″N 9°35′32.5″E/47.121833°N 9.592361°E/47.121833; 9.592361 Schönberg 2104 m [1] 47°7′49.3″N 9°35′34.6″E/47.130361°N 9.592944°E/47.130361; 9.592944 Galinakopf 2198 m [1] 47°9′6″N 9°37′14″E/47.15167°N 9.62056°E/47.15167; 9.62056 Kuhgrat (Kuegrat) 2123 m [1] 47°10′0″N 9°34′0″E/47.16667°N 9.56667°E/47.16667; 9.56667 Garsellakopf (Garsellikopf) 2105 m [1] 47°10′13″N 9°33′53″E/47.17028°N 9.56472°E/47.17028; 9.56472 Drei Schwestern 2052 m [1] 47°10′32″N 9°34′22″E/47.17556°N 9.57278°E/47.17556; 9.57278 Sarojahöhe (Saroja) 1659 m [1] 47°11′27″N 9°34′21″E/47.19083°N 9.5725°E/47.19083; 9.5725 Gafleispitz 2000 m [1] 47°9′31″N 9°33′17″E/47.15861°N 9.55472°E/47.15861; 9.55472 Alpspitz 1942 m [1] 47°8′55″N 9°33′14″E/47.14861°N 9.55389°E/47.14861; 9.55389 Helwangspitz 2000 m [1] 47°8′55″N 9°33′44″E/47.14861°N 9.56222°E/47.14861; 9.56222 Gorfion 2308 m [2] 47°4′41″N 9°37′7″E/47.07806°N 9.61861°E/47.07806; 9.61861 Silberhorn[3] / Hubel[2] 2150 m 47°5′14.7″N 9°36′20.1″E/47.087417°N 9.605583°E/47.087417; 9.605583 Nospitz 2091 m [2] 47°5′35.3″N 9°35′54.1″E/47.093139°N 9.598361°E/47.093139; 9.598361 Rappenstein 2221 m [2] 47°4′35″N 9°34′0″E/47.07639°N 9.56667°E/47.07639; 9.56667 Rotspitz 2127 m [2] 47°3′30″N 9°33′5″E/47.05833°N 9.55139°E/47.05833; 9.55139 Würznerhorn 1713 m [2] 47°3′46″N 9°31′52″E/47.06278°N 9.53111°E/47.06278; 9.53111 Sattelköpfle 1688 m [2] 47°11′8.3″N 9°34′23.7″E/47.185639°N 9.57325°E/47.185639; 9.57325 Zigerbergkopf 2051 m [2] 47°9′4″N 9°36′12″E/47.15111°N 9.60333°E/47.15111; 9.60333 Kirchlespitz 1929 m [2] 47°6′11.7″N 9°35′21″E/47.10325°N 9.58917°E/47.10325; 9.58917 Spitz 2186 m [2] 47°5′12.3″N 9°37′26.5″E/47.08675°N 9.624028°E/47.08675; 9.624028 Maurerberg[1] / Mauerer Berg[2] 1378 m 47°12′18″N 9°35′5″E/47.205°N 9.58472°E/47.205; 9.58472 Rauher Berg 2094 m[2] 47°6′27″N 9°37′42″E/47.1075°N 9.62833°E/47.1075; 9.62833 Drei Kapuziner 2084 m[2] 47°7′27.9″N 9°35′20″E/47.124417°N 9.58889°E/47.124417; 9.58889 Gampriner Seele is the only lake in Liechtenstein. It was created by a flood of the Rhine River with enormous erosion in 1927. The lake lies on 435 metres above Sea Level in the village of Bendern-Gamprin.
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