European Domains: Liechtenstein (.li)
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.li registration your Liechtensteinian domain, click here!.li is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Liechtenstein. It was created in 1993. The domain is sponsored and administered by the Fachhochschule Liechtenstein (Professional School of Liechtenstein) in Vaduz, but domain names with the extension can also be registered with SWITCH, administrator of Switzerland's .ch ccTLD. There are no requirements to apply for the extension. Registrations of internationalized domain names have been accepted since March 2004 (see details).
Long Island Usage: Many Long Island organizations and companies have adopted the dot LI TLD as a domain hack.
Background Information :
Population2007 estimate 35,322 (204th) - 2000 census 33,307 - Density 221/km2 (52nd) 571/sq mi
GDP(PPP) 2001 estimate - Total $1.786 billion (168th) - Per capita $53,951 (3rd)
National AnthemOben am jungen Rhein "Up on the Young Rhine"
AreaTotal 160.4 km2 (215th) 62 sq mi - Water (%) negligible
International Dialling Code423
CurrencySwiss franc (CHF)
GovernmentParliamentary democracy under constitutional monarchy - Prince Hans-Adam II - Prince-Regent Alois - Prime Minister Otmar Hasler - Landtag Speaker Klaus Wanger
Motto: Fȭr Gott, Fȭrst und Vaterland For God, Prince and Fatherland
Time ZoneCET (UTC+1) - Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2) The Principality of Liechtenstein (German: FÈrstentum Liechtenstein, ) is a doubly landlocked alpine microstate in Western Europe, bordered by Switzerland to the west and by Austria to the east. The capital of the country is Vaduz. It is the last remnant of the Holy Roman Empire, having been acquired to enable entry to the Imperial Diet.
Much of Liechtenstein's terrain is mountainous, making it a winter sports destination, although the country is also known as a tax haven. Many cultivated fields and small farms characterize its landscape both in the north (Unterland) and in the south (Oberland). It is a member of the European Free Trade Agreement and is the smallest German-speaking country in the world.
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