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Webcam am Sempachersee beim Restaurant Seeland in Sempach

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Sempach is a municipality in the district of Sursee in the canton of Lucerne in Switzerland. It is built above the eastern shore of Lake Sempach, and about 2 m. by road north of the Sempach railway station (9 m. N.W. of Lucerne) on the main line between Lucerne and Olten. In 1900 it had about 1,000 inhabitants, German-speaking and Romanists; in 2005 it had 3,764. It has retained some traces of its medieval appearance, especially the main gateway, beneath a watch tower, and reached by a bridge over the old moat. About half an hour distant to the north-east, on the hillside, is the site of the famous battle of Sempach (9 July 1386), in which the Swiss defeated the Austrians, whose leader, Duke Leopold, lost his life. The legendary deed of Arnold of Winkelried is associated with this victory. The spot is now marked by an ancient and picturesque Battle Chapel (restored in 1886) and by a modern monument to Winkelried. Some miles north of Sempach is the quaint village of Beromünster (973 ... Read more about Sempach on Wikipedia

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