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Cham Waterfront
Switzerland

Cham, waterfront near bahnhof (train station), on Zugersee (Lake Zug). To the east is the city of Zug. South, across the lake, is the mountain Rigi. Poorly visible in the clouds, west of Rigi, is Pilatus. The hill rising behind Zug is Zugerberg. Hidden amongst the trees is a church tower with a clock. From this point, there is a lovely path for walking of biking, going east to Zug and then south along the lake.

Copyright: Johan Offermans &Amp; Karl Overholt
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Uploaded: 26/02/2010
Updated: 11/07/2014
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