The Labeled Map of Liechtenstein shows that Liechtenstein is one of the smallest countries in Europe. It is a country located between Switzerland in the west, and Austria in the east. The language spoken here is German. Officially, the country of Liechtenstein is considered a landlocked nation, situated in the Upper Rhine Valley. The country is about twenty-four kilometers or fifteen miles in length from north to south.
Labeled Map of Liechtenstein
The land area of the country is 160 square kilometers or 61.8 square miles. This makes the country as the smallest independent nation across the globe. As on Wednesday, August 19, 2020, the current population in Liechtenstein is 38,143 people. The country’s population is equivalent to 0.00049% of the total global population.
There are more rivers than lakes in Liechtenstein. The most famous river is, The Rhine river with several tributaries. Another famous river is Samina. This originates in the mountain valley and flows northward through mountains of the country into Austria. Catholic is the predominantly followed religion in Liechtenstein. Other religions, include Protestants, and Islam. Liechtenstein has a constitutional monarch and is headed by the Prince of Liechtenstein.
Labeled Map of Liechtenstein with States
As a part of the labeled map of Liechtenstein with states, the country is divided into eleven municipalities, and the largest municipality is Schaan. Each municipality is headed by a mayor with its administration.
Labeled Map of Liechtenstein with Cities
As a part of the labeled map of Liechtenstein with cities, the biggest cities in Liechtenstein, include Schaan with a population of 5,748 and Vaduz with a population of 5,197. Other important cities, include Triesen, Balzers, Eschen, Mauren, Triesenberg, Ruggell, Gamprin, and Schellenberg.
Labeled Liechtenstein Map with Capital
As a part of labeled Liechtenstein with capital, Vaduz is the capital city of Liechtenstein. This city has the residence of the ruling prince. The state government and the archdiocese of Vaduz are in this city. It is famous for its capacity as an international financial center. Vaduz is located on the River of Rhine, near the Swiss border. The old castles of this city are constructed dating back to the twelfth century and can be seen on the hillside overlooking the town. Vaduz is a pedestrianized town center with an art gallery consisting of modern contemporary art. There is a National Museum that houses objects of archaeological and cultural interest that can be seen in a medieval building.
There are 5,197 inhabitants in the Municipality of Vaduz. The city covers an area of 17.3 square kilometers. Vaduz, being the political center of Liechtenstein, has its national parliament here. Vaduz municipality has a well-established tourism sector and cultural center. The city enjoys good infrastructure though there is no railway or airport. It has the famous Cathedral of St. Florin, the Neo-Gothic church. This was constructed between 1868 and 1873. This church was consecrated on the fifth day of October 1873. There is a Post museum that shows documents of the postal and philately history of the country.