International Men's Club of Zug

City wall of Zug – one of the best preserved in Switzerland

Saturday, 9th September 2017 at 2pm - 5pm

Location: Meeting point, Zytturm

Markus Hürlimann, authorized guide from Zug Tourism will lead the tour
After meeting at the Zytturm, Markus will take the participants to the top of the tower. From there one can admire one the best views of the city, including its historical center.
Then all will walk along the walls with description of the historical events, the buildings and the many towers.
The tour will last about 2 hours.
At the end, there will be a stop at a renowned coffe shop in the city center.
A small contribution of CHF 10.- is expected.
Enjoy the tour.
Your event coordinator: Enrico Dell'Angelo

Most of you are probably familiar with the Old Gunpowder Tower (Pulverturm), whose walls are 270 centimetres thick
In the old days, Zug was surrounded by a protecting wall, with the Pulverturm in the south-eastern corner.
Remains of the broken walls can still be seen. The walls of the Pulverturm are as thick as 270 centimetres in parts; this is because the tower was used to store gunpowder. It is not possible to visit the tower at present, though it is available for hire for parties and such like.

Some more interesting background information can be found in this article from



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