Liechtenstein ISD Calling code is +218
The Principality of Liechtenstein was established in 1719 and it was declared a state in 1806. The flag consists of two horizontal stripes of equal width, where the upper one is blue and the bottom one is red. In the left part of the blue bar, motif of a golden prince crown is located. The crown was added in 1937 in order not to be confused with the former flag of Haiti at Berlin´s Olympic Games. In the same year, a new interpretation of the flag was accepted. It says that the blue stripe symbolizes the sky, the red stripe represents the glow of fires during the evening gatherings, and the gold one stands for physical and mental unity of the nation, the state, and the royal house.
A pocket-sized principality in the heart of Europe, Liechtenstein rarely tops anybody’s bucket list of continental must-sees. Yet this tiny, landlocked nation offers more than you’d imagine: from long-standing history to sky-high mountains; cliff-hanging castles to odd cultural quirks.
Many of Liechtenstein’s historical highlights are located in the capital, Vaduz. While this tiny town may only have around 5,000 inhabitants, it also boasts an array of fascinating museums and galleries – including the Liechtenstein National Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts and the FIS Ski and Winter Sports Museum – as well as the atmospheric Prince’s Wine Cellars and the neo-Gothic Vaduz Cathedral. All these attractions are watched over by the pretty Vaduz Castle, which remains the official residence of the Prince of Liechtenstein.
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|Mount Wuteve (1,440 m)
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