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This webcam is currently assigned to user_115. It was originally added on February 24, 2003 and has been viewed 86,904 times since then. The current picture above was taken 40 minutes ago, thereby the webcam seems to be currently active. So far, it was added to their personal favorites on by 0 people.

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Zug (German) is the capital of the canton of Zug in Switzerland. Zug is a small town at the northeastern corner of the Lake Zug and at the foot of the Zugerberg (992 m (3255 ft)), which rises gradually, its lower slopes thickly covered with fruit trees. Its population, 6,508 in 1900, numbered 23,000 in 2004, the town is mainly German-speaking and predominantly Roman Catholic. History: The town, first mentioned in 1240, was called an "oppidum" in 1242 and a "castrum" in 1255. In 1273, it was bought by Rudolph of Habsburg from Anna, the heiress of Kyburg and wife of Eberhard, head of the cadet line of Habsburg. Part of its territory, the valley of Aegeri, was pledged by Rudolph in 1278 as security for a portion of the marriage gift he promised to Joanna, daughter of Edward I of England. She was betrothed to his son Hartmann, but his death in 1281 prevented the marriage from taking place. The town of Zug was governed by a bailiff, appointed by the Habsburgs, and a council, and was much ... Read more about Zug on Wikipedia

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