A Fairytale In Liechtenstein

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A fairytale in Liechtenstein (1) Liechtenstein is one of the world's tiniest and richest countries in the world. It is also one of the most picturesque alpine countries in Europe. The country has lots of popular tourist destination because of its lovely mountain setting, many excellent hiking trails, ski and winter activities, and its impressive museums and castles. Tourist can consider Liechtenstein as pure fairytale land because of the mountain principality governed by an iron-willed monarch, embedded deep in the Alps and crowned by whimsically turreted castles. This place will give the best vacation and a happily ever after. Location (2) Liechtenstein is only 25km long by 12km wide. It is very mountainous and also one of the world's…show more content…
It stands majestic as the Gutenberg Castle which is also called as Burg Gutenberg. It is superbly preserved fortress dating from the Middle Ages. The 70-meter-high hill on which the castle stands has been inhabited since Neolithic times, with many of the most important archaeological finds including the ancient Mars von Gutenberg statuette. The highlights in this castle include the chapel and rose garden, along with many fun cultural events in the warmer months, such as concerts and theatrical performances. (6) The Towns of Eschen and Nendeln It is the principal communities of the lowland area of Liechtenstein and is well worth a visit. The small towns of Eschen and Nendeln are notable for its old foundations from a Roman villa, as well its Schädler Pottery. It was established in 1836 and the oldest craft workshop in the country. It is also famous for its stoneware crockery and traditional tiled stoves, this art-related attraction offers guided tours of the workshop, glazing area, and kiln room. In Eschen are the “Pfrundhaus” is a 14th-century building used to display local art, and the attractive Holy Cross Chapel. Eschen is also the starting place of an easy one-and-a-half-hour that offers hiking activities for superb views on the surrounding…show more content…
is the neo-Gothic church located in Vaduz, and it is the center of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Vaduz. Originally a parish church, it has held the status of cathedral since 1997. It was built in the year 1874 by Friedrich von Schmidt on the site of earlier medieval foundations. Beside the Parish Church, there is the burial place for the Family of the Prince. Here among others also the Father of present Ruling Prince, Franz Josef II and his wife Princess Gina have been buried
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