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Night Zug Lake in Cham
Switzerland

CHAM

the Zug lake in the night offers a scene to always remember.

I had the pleasure to make an unforgettable visit in Cham and here are the panoramas I took on a walk to the canton capital Zug by the lakeshore (Lake Zug as well) 

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Cham is located on the northern shore of Lake Zug, 5.5 km (3.4 mi) to the north-west of the cantonal capital of Zug. Surrounding Cham, Steinhausen is the east, Hünenberg is to the west, Lake Zug is south, and Knonau in the Canton of Zürich is to the north. The town has an area of 19.82 km2 (7.65 sq mi). The train station is located 418 m (1,371 ft) above sea level and the highest point in town is 468 m (1,535 ft) above sea level.

The town is located at the mouth of the Lorze river, with two sections (Kirchbühl and Städtli) located on both sides of the river. Cham also includes a number of smaller villages; Enikon, Lindencham, Friesencham, Hagendorn, Rumentikon, Niederwil, Oberwil and Bibersee.

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Copyright: Valentin Arfire
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Uploaded: 19/08/2011
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