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Strictly speaking, the Principality of Liechtenstein does not belong to Switzerland, but is an independent, sovereign state. The 160 square kilometer principality is the fourth smallest state in Europe and the sixth smallest state in the world. However, its ties with Switzerland are very close. The Principality of Liechtenstein is part of the tourist region of Eastern Switzerland and stretches from the Rhine Valley up to an alpine area 2500 meters high. Summer and winter it offers a variety of opportunities for nature lovers. Even hikes with the cute alpacas are offered here. Another highlight is a visit to the venerable Liechtenstein Castle, whose foundation stone was already laid in the 12th century.


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