The parliament lies at the heart of the Peter-Kaiser-Platz square, just a stone's throw from the government building.
After a proposal to create a new parliament building in Liechtenstein was rejected in a 1993 referendum due to its high cost, the Munich-based architect Hansjörg Göritz designed the building which is currently home to the parliament in 2008.
Göritz was also responsible for redesigning the central Peter-Kaiser-Platz square, named after the famous local historian Peter Kaiser, who represented Liechtenstein at the first publicly and freely elected German National Assembly in St Paul's Church in Frankfurt in 1848.
Together with the government building and the national archive, the parliament forms the government district in Vaduz.
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