Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein small, beautiful and rich, what´s not to like

Liechtenstein is one of the world’s smallest and yet richest countries, thanks to a favored financial sector that attracts capital from all over the world, but it is also a charming destination.

Facts about Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein is a principality located between Switzerland and Austria. The country is Europe’s only “double inland state” and the only German-speaking country that has no direct borders with Germany. The Principality is a constitutional monarchy.

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Capital: Vaduz with over 5000 inhabitants

Area: 160 km²

Population: 37,531 (2015)

Currency: Swiss francs

Gross Domestic Product: $ 5.448 billion (2012) World Bank

Official language: German

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