Mountain Panoramas

Liechtenstein map


Liechtenstein 2007


Liechtenstein 2010, Rhaetian Alps (left) and Alvier and Alpstein ranges of the Appenzell Alps.
Panorama from the north, seen from "Rugeller Riet.

Liechtenstein 2012, panoramic view from the Schwarzhorn (Hinter Grauspitz).


Liechtenstein 2013, "Switzerland-Liechtenstein Customs Treaty 1923-2013".

The two stamps are showing an areal view from above Bad Ragaz towards west and north.

The left stamp is showing a view towards the Walensee Valley with the Churfirsten, Alvier and Alpstein Range of the Appenzell Alps. In the middle the Rhine Valley with the Rhine River, which marks the Swiss-Liechtenstein borderline. The right stamp is showing a view towards Lichtenstein summits and Austrian Alps in the background.


Liechtenstein 2015, Nature Reserve Schwabbrünnen.
View towards the Alpstein Range in Switzerland. 


Liechtenstein 2015, Nature Reserve Schwabbrünnen
Hoher Kasten & Kamor of the Alpstein Range (left).

The Schwabbrünnen Nature Reserve is a small protected area of 0.5 square kilometres in the municipalities of Schaan, Planken and Eschen, which in 1962 became Liechtenstein's first official nature reserve. Its a paradise for white-clawed crayfish, water scorpion and dragonflies and is home to numerous amphibians and reptiles as well as grey herons, kingfishers and little grebe. 


Liechtenstein 2016, Nature Reserve Rugeller Riet.
A view towards the Bregenz Forest Mountains in Austria.


Liechtenstein 2016, Nature Reserve Rugeller Riet.

The Ruggeller Riet Nature Reserve is spanning an area of around 90 hectares of peatland in the northernmost region of Liechtenstein. Its rich variety of fauna and, in particular, flora makes it a fascinating region for nature-lovers. Fens, ponds and litter meadows provide an ideal habitat for a host of endangered species and plants. One main attraction of the recreational area is the blossom of the Siberian Iris in May and June which covers large areas of the nature reserve in a carpet of magnificent blue.  

Liechtenstein 2017, Nature Reserve Campriner Seelein.

With a surface area of 1.53 hectares, Lake Gampriner Seelein was created through extreme erosion, known as “scouring”, during a flood of the Rhine River in 1927. In 1961, the scenic spot was declared a protected area by the government. With its belt of silt and the surrounding gallery forest, the lake provides a habitat for valuable aquatic flora and for many birds and small animals.