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Liechtenstein, Population

population of Liechtenstein, Vaduz, resident aliens, official language, dialect

The population of Liechtenstein (2002 estimate) is 32,842 (about one-third of whom are resident aliens), with an overall density of 205 persons per sq km (532 per sq mi). The capital and principal urban center is Vaduz (population, 1999, 5,106). German is the official language, but a dialect, Alemannish, is spoken commonly. Approximately 88 percent of the population is Roman Catholic. In 1991 primary school enrollment totaled 1,985 pupils; about 1,200 pupils attended secondary schools. Primary and secondary education is free in Liechtenstein; schooling is compulsory for 8 years.



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