A wealthy, German-speaking principality in the Alps that at 62 square miles (160 sq. km) makes Luxembourg looks like a colossus, it boasts good skiing/snow sports, dining, museums, historic sites, wineries. A small but sweet corner of Europe indeed.

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Liechtenstein shout-out in 'Intriguing Enclaves/Colonies/Mini-States of Europe'

I've always had a thing about the quirky little corners of this continent that’s famously a patchwork of ethnicities and accidents of history, and there are a few bits and pieces scattered across Europe that are quirkier than others. They range from some some you’ll recognize and know something about to some you’ve probably never heard of. I’ve visited many, while several are still on my bucket list. What intrigues me so much about them? Maybe it’s simply the allure of the under-the-radar and…

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The national Official language of Lichtenstein1

As  a born Prussian German, I am always amazed that Americans cannot understand the history of Germany, as well as Europe.Hords of Germans migrated to America. Germany is made up of many former Kingdom's, each with their own form of a spoken German Dialect and accent. As a fact Germany formed a bund (confederation) of all German Principalities after the Napolic take over of most of German areas. Not till later when the Weimar Republic was formed, did German's kind of united. Lichtenstein speaks…

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