Liechtenstein. Lichtenstein turned 300 years old. Europe’s fourth smallest country was formed in 1719. It happened since the German-Roman emperor Karl VI made Vaduz and Schellenberg a principality under the name of Liechtenstein.
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During the year, the anniversary was celebrated with parties, exhibitions, performances and, not least, a newly inaugurated footpath throughout the country. It is 75 kilometers long, goes through the country’s eleven municipalities and is supposed to take 21 hours to walk.
According to CountryAAH, the population of Liechtenstein in 2019 was 37,908, ranking number 216 in the world. The population growth rate was 0.290% yearly, and the population density was 237.6188 people per km2.