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Yes, both the 1964 Winter Olympics and the 1976 Winter Olympics were held in Innsbruck in Austria. The 1928 and 1948 Winter Olympics were in St. Moritz in Switzerland.
Liechtenstein has never held an Olympic games.

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Q: Have the Olympic games ever been held in Austria Switzerland or Liechtenstein?
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Has liechtenstein ever hosted the Olympics Games?

Liechtenstein has never hosted the Olympic Games. The country has attended and even earned medals in both summer and winter events.


In which events did Liechtenstein compete in the 2008 Summer Olympic Games?

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What countries are in the Olympics most?

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