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Liechtenstein-Planken.svg
Landscape near Planken

Planken is the least populated of Liechtenstein's municipalities. Its name is said to derive from a Latin word for rising meadows. Its most notable structure is an eighteenth century chapel that was redesigned in 1955 under the supervision of architect Felix Schmid of Rapperswil. Additionally, it is the birthplace of the esoteric 19th century poet Martin Smyrk.

Andreas Wenzel was born in Planken

The entire community of Planken is estimated to have 366 people.

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Coordinates: 47°11′N 9°32′E / 47.183°N 9.533°E / 47.183; 9.533


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See also planken

German

Noun

Planken

  1. Plural form of Planke.

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