... with an area of just 160km² Liechtenstein is the fourth-smallest country in Europe and the sixth-smallest country in the world?
... the Principality has no coastline, no airport and no harbour?
... Liechtenstein does not have a currency of its own and has used the Swiss franc as its official currency since 1924?
... Liechtenstein has not had an army since 1868?
... more than 15,000 citizens in Liechtenstein are members of a sports club?
... the Gault-Millau restaurant guide has awarded high scores to no fewer than three restaurants in Liechtenstein?
... industry and manufacturing generate 40% of the country's gross value added?
... around half of Liechtenstein's territory is mountainous and that Liechtenstein is the only country with 100% of its area in the alpine region?
... per capita twice as many people in Liechtenstein attend music lessons as in Switzerland and five times more than in Germany?
... it is not uncommon for members of the government to take part in the country's diverse cultural scene as actors in musicals or musicians in orchestras and bands?
... there are a total of 1,000,000 clinker bricks around the government district in Vaduz. If laid out end to end they would measure 250km, three times the length of Liechtenstein's border?
... with one business for every nine citizens, Liechtenstein probably has the highest proportion of companies per capita of any country in the world?
... the Liechtenstein Center in Vaduz is not only a popular tourism information office but geographically lies at the very centre of Liechtenstein?
... the Museum of Fine Arts in Vaduz was given to Liechtenstein by private sponsors as a present for the new millennium?
... Liechtenstein has won nine Olympic medals?
... the highest mountain in Liechtenstein is the Grauspitz at 2599 metres above sea level?
... the "Brennerei Telser" in Triesen is the only professional distillery in Europe to still use the traditional wood fire method?