Gamprin is a municipality of Liechtenstein with 1,690 inhabitants.[1]

Parish church Saint Maria in Bendern-Gamprin
Parish church Saint Maria in Bendern-Gamprin
Flag of Gamprin
Coat of arms of Gamprin
Gamprin and its exclave in Liechtenstein
Gamprin and its exclave in Liechtenstein
Coordinates: 47°13′N 9°30′E / 47.217°N 9.500°E / 47.217; 9.500Coordinates: 47°13′N 9°30′E / 47.217°N 9.500°E / 47.217; 9.500
Country Liechtenstein
Electoral districtUnterland
 • Total6.1 km2 (2.4 sq mi)
472 m (1,549 ft)
 • Total1,690
 • Density273/km2 (622/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)CEST
Postal code
Area code(s)7009
ISO 3166 codeLI-03


It contains the village Bendern which is among the most historic of Liechtenstein's communities. Lower Country men swore allegiance to the Prince in 1699 at Bendern. The community of Bendern also had ecclesiastical relevance going back to at least the fifteenth century. They have a church dedicated to Mother Mary that was built in 1481, but with antecedents dating back to 1045. The municipality contains the Liechtenstein Institute and LGT Group.



Until 1950 the municipality Gamprin neither had a coat of arms nor an official flag. In this year on the national day the municipalities of Liechtenstein should present themselves. This caused a discussion about the flag of Gamprin, so the council of Gamprin decided to assign a committee in order to create a flag and a coat of arms for the municipality in 1957. The product was the new flag and coat of arms of Gamprin. The yellow ribbon symolises the Rhein, which is located in the west of Gamprin. The roses were from the coat of arms of the knight "Rüdiger von Limbach", who had his resident in Gamprin in medieval ages. In 1958 the new flag and the new coat of arms were adopted by the municipality Gamprin.

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  Media related to Gamprin at Wikimedia Commons