That Liechtenstein exists at all - a tiny wedge of land in the Alps - is amazing. This museum, in a historic building in the centre of Vaduz, explains why some Viennese princes decided to create it in the first place. The stories of how it remained independent, when the rest of Europe was consolidating, are interesting, as is the tale of how little old Lichtenstein stood up against the USSR in the Cold War.
The museum is top heavy with information, however, and it can be a long haul to get through it all. Most information is in German so if you are not a native speaker get one of the mics from the reception.
Also, I felt some information was slightly overlooked. There is very little that is negative about the ruling family while information on the country's wealth, major companies and the banking sector is scant.
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