IntroductionThese two towns, which are so close together they've practically melded, are worth a visit of several hours. While there, see the Eschen Church, the Roman ruins and the 14th-century Pfrundhaus, which is used for expositions, concerts and wine tastings. Also walk some of the nice hiking trails in the area—especially the historic ridge path, where 7,000-year-old flint stones have been discovered. The towns are known for their ceramics—you can watch the artisans in action at the Schaedler Ceramic Factory (established in 1836). Ceramics are produced for everyday use, as well as for collectors. 5 mi/8 km north of Vaduz.
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