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Mauren is a municipality in Liechtenstein that is situated in the north of the country. It has a population of approximately 4,300.[2] The Curta mechanical calculator was produced by Contina AG, in Mauren.[3]

View of Planken, Schellenberg and Mauren
View of Planken, Schellenberg and Mauren
Flag of Mauren
Coat of arms of Mauren
Coat of arms
Mauren in Liechtenstein
Mauren in Liechtenstein
Coordinates: 47°13′N 9°32′E / 47.217°N 9.533°E / 47.217; 9.533Coordinates: 47°13′N 9°32′E / 47.217°N 9.533°E / 47.217; 9.533
Country Liechtenstein
Electoral districtUnterland
 • Total7.5 km2 (2.9 sq mi)
453 m (1,486 ft)
 • Total4,298
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)CEST
Postal code
Area code(s)7008
ISO 3166 codeLI-04


It was first mentioned as "Muron" in documents from 1178. There is a memorial to the Liechtenstein educator and historian Peter Kaiser (1793–1864) located in Mauren.

Notable peopleEdit

  • Peter Kaiser (1793 in Mauren – 1864 in Chur) was a historian and statesman, known as a proponent of the rights of the common people or serfs in his home country
  • Fritz Kaiser (born 1955 in Mauren) a wealth management entrepreneur, investor and philanthropist
  • Dominique Hasler (born 1978) a Liechtensteiner politician, Minister of Home Affairs, Education and Environment since 2017, she grew up in Mauren
  • Jürgen Berginz (born in Mauren 1989) is a bobsledder who competed for Liechtenstein at the 2010 Winter Olympics


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