Perched high up on a mountain overlooking the capital, this castle is home to the royal family.
The main stretch of Vaduz is filled with modern sculpture.
This river forms the entire western border of Liechtenstein.
The country has a climate ideally suited for the cultivation of wine with mountain slopes facing southwest, calcareous soils and an average of 1,500 hours of sunshine a year. There are over 100 winegrowers in Liechtenstein which produce red and white wines.
Stamp collectors value postage stamps from Liechtenstein, which have only been produced since 1912.
Built in 1874, it has only had the status of being a cathedral since 1997.