Liechtenstein is the only country in the world named after the people who bought it. It is also known for being the world’s largest exporter of dentures and offering a well-inked passport stamp for a modest fee. At only 62 square miles (160 km²), it is also the sixth smallest country in the world, sandwiched between Switzerland and Austria. Vaduz, its capital, is unremarkable at first glance, though some interesting sights can be found upon closer inspection.
Photos taken June 2013 (Nikon D7000).
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