I stopped over at Zug on my way from Zürich to Lucerne (on 11 August 2021) and spent most of the day walking around the old town, as well as the hill that overlooks the town and lake.


Lake Zug seen from the northern shore.
Water jet in Lake Zug on the lakeside promenade.
The Zytturm (“clock tower”) in Zug.
Painted facade in the old town (“Altstadt”) of Zug.
Flags hanging over the Ober Altstadt street.
Buildings in the Altstadt of Zug.
Looking up at the Zytturm from inside the Altstadt.
Pulverturm, one of several towers still standing in Zug, that once formed the city’s perimeter.
The front-entrance to St. Michael Church in Zug.
Interior of St. Michael Church, a Catholic church.
North-facing side of St. Michael Church.
The Huwilerturm and part of the old city walls that once defended Zug.
Zug Castle; the half-timbered structure dates back to the 16th-century AD, whilst other parts of the castle were built three centuries earlier.
Looking up at the castle from within its outer walls.
Entrance to Zug Castle.
St. Oswald Church and the Zytturm.
St. Michael Church and Huwilerturm, seen from Zug Castle.
Monopoly board with Swiss castles instead of streets.
Looking at the Zytturm from inside Zug Castle.
Stained glass made in 1683 AD that depicts a natural disaster that occurred on March 4, 1435, where the lowest alleyway of the old town slipped into the lake.
Advertisement for Milka chocolate.
Wooden sculpture of a skeleton that probably represents Ursus of Glarus (carved circa 1470 AD).
The bell tower and exterior apse of St. Oswald Church in Zug.
Sculptures on the outside of St. Oswald Church.
Interior of St. Oswald Church in Zug.
Stained glass window in St. Oswald Church.
View of Lake Ägeri and Unterägeri from Hochwacht on Zugerberg.
Lake Zug seen from the Zugerberg.
Flags of Switzerland and the canton of Zug hanging over a street in the Altstadt.
Kolin fountain.
The clock tower of Saint Anna Monastery in Zug.

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