Zug (Switzerland)

Zug is a German-speaking city in Switzerland. The name Zug originates from fishing vocabulary; in the Middle Ages it referred to the right to pull up fishing nets and hence to the right to fish. The city of Zug is located in the Canton of Zug and is its capital. As of 31 December 2010 it had a total population of 26,327 inhabitants. Zug is a low tax region, and is headquarters for a number of multinational enterprises.

The twenty closest neighbours in the database:

Lucerne (Switzerland) (21 km), Zurich (Switzerland) (22 km), Rhine Falls (57 km), Liestal Fasnacht 2014 (68 km), St. Blasien (Germany) (72 km), Augusta Raurica (72 km), St. Gallen (Switzerland) (74 km), Mainau Island (Germany) (75 km), Principality of Liechtenstein (76 km), St. Beatus Caves (78 km), Jungfraujoch (80 km), Trummelbach Falls (81 km), Thun (Switzerland) (81 km), Meersburg (Germany) (82 km), Basel (Switzerland) (82 km), Feldkirch (Austria) (82 km), Lake-dwelling Museum of Unteruhldingen (83 km), Berne (Switzerland) (84 km), Chur (Switzerland) (85 km), Schilthorn / Piz Gloria (86 km)

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