Liechtenstein. According to
Countryaah.com, Liechtenstein was one of the few countries
that volunteered to accept asylum seekers in order to
relieve the difficult situation of Greece and Italy during
the refugee crisis. It was 2015 that the EU countries agreed
to relieve the two Mediterranean countries for two years.
However, in March 2018, only 30,000 of the planned 160,000
asylum seekers had been redistributed.
Liechtenstein - Vaduz
Vaduz, capital of Liechtenstein; 5,600 residents (2019). Vaduz, which is
located near the Rhine, is mainly a commercial and administrative center. The
most prominent building in the city is the castle of the prince, which from a
height overlooks the city. Among the attractions are the post museum with a
large stamp collection and an art museum.
First mentioned in 1150, Vaduz became the 1342 capital of a county of the
same name. This formed together with the Schellenberg Principality of
Liechtenstein in 1719.