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If you drive on rain around Liechtenstein, like we did, you may easily miss that you crossed the border. Nothing separates in spirit and looks the tiny principality of its larger neighbor, Switzerland.
Furstentum Liechtenstein has its original ties with Austria, where the original dynastic family owned large tracts of lands. But as these tracts were held in fief only at the beginning of the 18th century the descendents of the family were able to purchase the area around Vaduz and established the principality. Latter following the annexation of Austria at the beginning of World War II, Liechtenstein lost part of its small territory to Czechoslovakia. As a result the tension was raised during the Cold war, the diplomatic relations being severed and citizens of Liechtenstein could not travel to Czechoslovakia. The diplomatic relation was reestablished in 2009.
The principality is ruled relatively strong handed for these days by Prince Hans Adam II, ranked as the world's sixth wealthiest leader.
May 28: After numerous visits in the South West, USA we created a new video clip to show these new shoot locations.
Apr 3: We shot in the world renown "The Wave" in Coyote Butte, Vermillion Cliffs, in Grande Staircase-Escalante, UT and several other parks in the South West, USA. Check our blog!
Feb 28: We shoot for a month in the entire Sri Lanka and Southern India, from Trivandrum to Chennai, covering the most important Hindu Temples of the South.
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30 minutes HD stock footage from these locations: