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Zugerberg. Pilatus view at sunset.
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Zugerberg, over the city of Zug, in Canton Zug, Switzerland. Below is Zugersee. If you look closely, you can see a tiny bit of Lake Lucern (Vierwaldstaettersee) below Pilatus.

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