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The Falknis massif forms with the Grauspitz (Schwarzhorn) massif and Naafkopf the southern borderline with Switzerland.

The summits of the main ridge are known as Mittagspitz (1'856 m), Mittlerspitz (1'899 m), Rotspitz (2'127 m), Mazorakopf, also known as Falknishorn (2'451 m), and Falknis (2'560 m).

 

 

Liechtenstein 1959, Gutenberg Castle in Balzers.
A view towards the Mazorakopf (Falknishorn).
The stamp was issued in the series "Definitives 1959 – 1964".

 

Rhine river embarkment at Vaduz View towards the Falknis massif

Liechtenstein 1959
A view from the Rhine river embankment at Vaduz towards the Falknis massif and Rappastein.
The stamp was issued in the series "Definitives 1959 – 1964".

Liechtenstein 1973 , Mittagspitz.
The stamp was issued in the series "Definitives Landscapes Series".

 

www.mountainstamp.com Falknis mountain stamp Liechtenstein 1989

Liechtenstein 1989, Falknis.
The stamp was issued in the series "Definitive — Mountains". 

 

Liechtenstein 1995
A view towards Valena Valley and the Falknis massif (Mittagspitz in the foreground).
Artist's view from south of the village Triesen.
The stamp was issued in the series: "Anton Frommelt (1895-1975)".

 

Liechtenstein 2000 stamp Balzers

Liechtenstein 2000, Balzers.
A view from St. Peters Chapel.
Mittagspitz (left), Wörznerhorn/Guschner Gir (middle) and Falknishorn (right).
The stamp was issued in the series "Definitives - Village Views".

 

Johann Ludwig Bleuler, View of the Rätikon Mountain stamp issued by Liechtenstein 2007

Liechtenstein 2007, View of the Rätikon Mountain.
Painting by Johann Ludwig Bleuler (1792-1850).
It shows a view towards Falknis massif from the south, viewpoint near Rhine River between Balzers and Sargans.

The stamp was issued in the series "Liechtenstein by the Alpine Rhine".

 

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