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Bossard Arena
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Panorama taken outside of the Bossard Arena in Zug, Switzerland. The Bossard Arena is the home of EVZ, a Zug based hockeyclub and was opened in August 2010. The arena was named after the Bossard Group, a Zug based company specialising in screws.

Outside the arena, under the beautfil large roof is a public scating ring that is open, for a fee, to anyone interested in scatingduring the winter period.

The large building next to the arena is the Uptown building, housing appartments, offices and restaurants, which was built around the same time as the arena .

The setting wintersun is also creating some beautiful reflections on the residential buildings across the street and the sporthall to the right of the arena.

Copyright: Johan offermans & karl overholt
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 15496x7748
Uploaded: 29/12/2012
Updated: 11/07/2014
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Tags: icering; arena; stadion; highrise; sunset; city; town; zug; switzerland; schweiz; buildings
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