• Vatican City!

    Vatican City: Vatican Museums. Go Now!

    Vatican City
    The smallest country in the world offers the heart of Catholicism and among the world's finest art collections, including the Sistine Chapel and the Raphael Rooms (ceiling pictured). Go to Vatican City!

  • Albania!

    Albania: Village of Theth! Go Now!

    Albania
    Albania is unique in Europe, starting with its Muslim heritage, but expanding to include food, culture, and even its natural beauty. Explore Albania!

  • United Kingdom!

    United Kingdom: Oxford's Christ Church. Go Now!

    United Kingdom
    This country includes England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland with four distinct cultures to match. Explore the United Kingdom!

  • Ukraine!

    Ukraine: Traditional Village. Go Now!

    Ukraine
    Ukrainian culture is based on village life, particularly that found in the Carpathian Mountains (pictured). Begin Your Journey!

  • Latvia!

    Latvia: Art Nouveau in Riga. Go Now!

    Latvia
    Latvia is small, but has a diverse history, foods, and architecture (shown), which includes aspects from both Eastern and Western Europe. Begin Your Journey!

  • Germany!

    Germany: Town Hall. Go Now!

    Germany
    Food, beer, natural beauty, and more create a country that's known for its distinct culture and history. Go Now!

Architecture of Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein Architecture - Vaduz Cathedral
Vaduz Cathedral

As a small country, the architectural sights in Liechtenstein are limited, but those few that do exist are impressive. Nearly limited to the capital city of Vaduz, the history spans from the Romanesque times to today, but most of the styles in between are less noticeable.

Liechtenstein Architecture - Gutenberg Castle
Gutenberg Castle

The most recognizable and dominating building in the country is the Vaduz Castle, which is the home to the royal family. This primarily Romanesque castle sits above the city with a striking mountain backdrop. Also in the capital is the Vaduz Cathedral (1874), which was built in the neo-Gothic style and again is a dominant feature of the city's skyline. Most of the architecture in the capital though is modern architecture, including the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein (2000), which is difficult to miss.

 

This page was last updated: March, 2013