using: nature at second hand
Today, almost all of Liechtenstein’s landscape is used or influenced by humans. The "using" section of the exhibition sets out to show the country’s many different habi-tats: from Alpine peaks and woodland areas all the way down to the riverbed of the Rhine on the valley floor. Objects on display include stuffed animals, a collection of butterflies and a herbarium. The key exhibit is the Golden Eagle. Among the themes addressed are the changing landscape, lowland and mountain farming, and geology. The exhibition also honours Prince Hans von Liechtenstein, the founder of the Principality of Liechtenstein’s natural history collection.