Cathedral of St. Florin, Vaduz

Visit the burial site of the Liechtenstein Princely family at Cathedral of St. Florin. Friedrich von Schmidt built this parish church in 1874 on the site of earlier medieval foundations, and it features colorful stained-glass windows over the altar. Look for the graves of Prince Franz Joseph II--the father of present ruling Prince--and his wife, Countess Georgina von Wilczek. The Neo-Gothic church is the center of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Vaduz and has held the status of cathedral since 1997. Arrange your visit to Cathedral of St. Florin and discover more family-friendly attractions in Vaduz using our Vaduz trip itinerary planner.
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  • A very beautiful place where you can pray, shine a candle in your personal intentions. An interesting fact is that at the entrance is a masonry stone with the information that our Pope John Paul II made. In addition, before the entrance there is a statue of the princely couple where the Duchess was Polka!!! Shock everywhere you can find Polish traces.
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  • For those who have visited the European churches, where wealth and opulence predominate, will evaluate this church as small, simple and stripped. But it has its charms. It's seen from all over town. Neo-Gothic construction with emphasis on the portals, stained glass and the central nave. It's in the center of little Vaduz.
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  • Beautiful Cathedral, only walked around it but the details of the building from the outside are beautiful as well. There's a little park/resting area next to the cathedral with lots of shade and a drinking fountain with the coolest water I've ever had from a drinking fountain. Perfect area for a quick break!
  • Would have given no stars if that was possible!! Visited the cathedral whilst enjoying a day sightseeing with my family. Whilst wandering around the grounds my husband opened a door which we presumed was a toilet (2 wooden doors side by side, one with a disabled sign on it. Surely everyone would presume these were toilets?!) unfortunately for us it wasn't a toilet, it was a store room. Our mistake was spotted by a man dressed in religious robes who I can only presume worked in the cathedral. He rushed over to us demanding to know why we had opened the door. My husband apologised and politely explained that we had made a simple mistake however this was not good enough. The man continued to shout at my husband and told us we were not welcome at the cathedral and asked us to leave!!! I am truly shocked and disgusted with the behaviour of a so called man of the cloth. I hope you're happy that you have upset my step son and ruined what should have been a lovely family day out making memories.
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