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Liechtenstein's Information

Flag of Liechtenstein
Land Area 160 km2
Total Area 160km2 (#189)
Population 37,937 (#212)
Population Density 237.11/km2
Government Type Constitutional Monarchy
GDP (PPP) $4.98 Billion
GDP Per Capita $139,100
Currency Franc (CHF)
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Liechtenstein Flag:
Flag of Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein's flag was officially adopted on June 24, 1937.

The flag's blue and red have been representative of Liechtenstein since it was part of the Holy Roman Empire in the 17th century. The golden crown is symbolic of its independence, and its recognition as a principality (a territory once ruled by a prince).

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Liechtenstein Coat of Arms:
Flag of Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein's coat of arms contains the shield of the Princely House with the Princely hat resting on top.

This page was last updated on April 7, 2017.

Liechtenstein Trivia

Who are the Royal Family of Liechtenstein?

Liechtenstein is governed as a constitutional monarchy that is headed by a royal family whose current head is Prince Hans-Adams II. As the head of the house, Price Hans is also the ruler of the principality of Liechtenstein today.

Who Are the Royal Family of Liechtenstein?

What Languages Are Spoken In Liechtenstein?

German is the official and most common language of Liechtenstein. Other languages commonly spoken in the country include Swiss German, Walser, Alemannic, and English.

What Languages Are Spoken In Liechtenstein?

What is the biggest city in Liechtenstein?

Schaan is the largest community in Liechtenstein and has a population of around 6,000 people.

Biggest Cities In Liechtenstein

What is the Major Religion in Liechtenstein?

Around 75% of Liechtenstein identifies as Roman Catholic, and 8.5% of the population is Protestant Christian.

Religious Beliefs In Liechtenstein

What is Life Like in Liechtenstein?

Liechtenstein is an advanced industrialized nation whose occupants have some of the most highest standards of living on the planet. Most Liechtensteiners live in single-family homes.

The People and Culture Of Liechtenstein

What is the Tallest Mountain in Liechtenstein?

Rising to 8,527 feet near the Swiss border, Grauspitz is Liechtenstein's tallest peak.

The Tallest Mountains In Liechtenstein

About the Author

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