An 8-year compulsory compulsory school covers the age of 7 to 15 years. At the upper secondary level, in addition to the standard gymnasium, vocational school, economic high school, technical high school and music high school. There are no colleges in the country, but the Liechtensteinians have the right to free college education in Switzerland.
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Vaduz, residence city and government seat of the Principality of Liechtenstein on the eastern bank of the Rhine; 5425 residents (2014). In addition to the post and ski museum, Vaduz has a state-of-the-art art collection with varied painting exhibitions as well as the famous princely gallery. The Vaduz Castle (Hohen-Liechtenstein), located on a cliff high above the city, is the first residence. It was built in the 1300’s, destroyed in 1499 during the Swabian War and later rebuilt several times. The castle was restored in 1905-12 in the 1500-h style.