Vaduz

[n] - the capital and largest city of Liechtenstein
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Vaduz

capital of Liechtenstein noun the capital and largest city of Liechtenstein
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Vaduz

(from the article `Liechtenstein`) ...the regulations of the princely house. The constitution of 1921 provides for a unicameral Landtag, or parliament, which consists of 25 members ...
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Vaduz

capital of Liechtenstein, central Europe, in the Rhine Valley. The seat of one of the two former lordships (Schellenberg and Vaduz) that united to ... [5 related articles]
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Vaduz

Vaduz (vädOOts') , town (1996 pop. 5,017), capital of Liechtenstein, W Liechtenstein, on the Rhine River. It is a tourist center. A beautiful medieval castle (now an art museum) dominates the town. Vaduz was destroyed (1499) in the war between the Swiss and the Holy Roman Empire and was reb...
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Vaduz

Capital of the European principality of Liechtenstein; population (2006 est) 5,100. The economic base is now tourism and financial services. It trades in wine, fruit, and vegetables. Above the town stands the castle of the ruling prince
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Vaduz

Vaduz (faˈdʊt͡s or vaˈduːt͡s) is the capital of Liechtenstein and the seat of the national parliament. The town, located along the Rhine, has about 5,100 inhabitants ({as of|2009|lc=on}), most of whom are Roman Catholic. Its cathedral is the seat of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Vaduz. Although Vaduz is the best-known town internationally...
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