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Attractions in Liechtenstein

Fusion of modern and traditional culture

With its museums, postage stamp collections, summer festivals and fine dining, it is no wonder that Liechtenstein is a popular destination for visitors wishing to experience the local culture on holiday. Highlights during the summer months include the National Day, LiGiTa guitar festival, Liechtenstein Festival and open-air film festival. In the pedestrianised area in the centre of Vaduz  just a stone’s throw from the picturesque vineyards and impressive Vaduz Castle many museums, galleries and restaurants invite guests to embark on a cultural and culinary journey of discovery. Liechtenstein’s ten other municipalities are also home to thriving art, music and theatre scenes.

Vaduz Castle. Vaduz Castle(German Schloss Vaduz) is the palace and official residence of the Prince of Liechtenstein. The castle gave its name to the town of Vaduz, the capital of Liechtenstein, which it overlooks from an adjacent hilltop.

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Gutenberg Castle. Gutenberghas played a central role in local cultural history ever since the Bronze Age, if not before. After many years of being in private ownership the Liechtenstein government acquired the castle in 1979.

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Schellenberg Ruins. Schellenberg Ruins. Historical evidence indicates that the village of Schellenberg has been continuously inhabited ever since ca. 3,000 BC. This is due to its secure location at high altitude above the Rheintal valley.

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Vaduz Red House. An emblem of the capital, the Red House in Vaduz consists of a late medieval gabled stairs structure. Its tower can be seen from far and wide. In the Middle Ages the building was owned by the Vaistlis, who were liegemen.

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Kunstmuseum. The Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein (Liechtenstein Art Museum) is the state museum of modern and contemporary art in Vaduz. The building by the Swiss architects Meinrad Morger, Heinrich Degelo and Christian Kerez was completed in November 2000. The museum collection of international modern and contemporary art is also the national art collection of the Principality of Liechtenstein.

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Grauspitz peaking at 2599 metres (8,527ft) (also known as Vorder Grauspitz or Vordere Grauspitz) is the highest mountain in Liechtenstein, one of Europe’s smallest countries at just 5 miles wide by 15 miles long and situated between Austria and Switzerland.

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