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Vaduz Castle

Home to the Royal Family, who oddly enough did not invite us over...
Living it up in Land Locked Liechtenstein

March 16th 2016
So, this happens all the time….you’re sitting there having a very nice conversation when somebody interjects “I will be vacationing in Liechtenstein this year!” Okay…..that was a boldface lie. In all reality, unless you’re a fairly well-schooled geography student from Europe or really like to ski, you may not have spent much time thinking about the sixth smallest and one of two doub ... read more
Europe » Liechtenstein » Triesen

Liechtenstein Flag The Principality of Liechtenstein was established within the Holy Roman Empire in 1719; it became a sovereign state in 1806. Until the end of World War I, it was closely tied to Austria, but the economic devastation caused by that conflict forced Lie... ... read more
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19th March 2016

The capital of Liechtenstein is Vaduz
When I was a kid I'd play Capitals of the World with my dad. Whenever he'd say "Liechtenstein" he would always smile when I said "Vaduz". I think I was the only one at school who knew that one. Liechtenstein's claim to fame was it was the second largest exporter of false teeth after USA.
19th March 2016

The capital Liechtenstein
What a great game and not surprised you were a star. Just realized we spelled Liechtenstein incorrectly and have gone back to change it. I guess that is what happens when you work on blogs late at night after a full day of exploring. No worries...it is fixed now. Always good to know at least one useless fact about a country and the false teeth issue fills the bill. Thanks for following along and commenting.

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