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Hidden : 1/6/2014
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Nach all den vielen Misteries in der Region Zug, ein einfacher Tradi, der dich zu einem eher unbekannten, aber schönen Ort in der Stadt Zug hinführt.

Am 8. Mai läutet jeweils das Friedensglöckli im Kapuzinerturm in Erinnerung an das Ende des 2. Weltkrieges und auch daran, dass der der Friede auch heute - wie seit jeher - ein rares Gut ist. Wenn du Zeit hast, geh doch auf die nahe gelegene Guggiwiese oder ins nahe gelegene Kapuzinerklösterli und geniesse die Stille und Ruhe.

English: After so many challenging mysteries in the region of Zug, here for once an easy cache, that will lead you to a most beautiful, but not so well-known place in the city of Zug. Built into the ridge turret of the Capuchin tower is the Peace Clock, which has rung for a quarter of an hour on 8th May each year since 1946 to commemorate the end of World War II and also to remind us, that peace has always been a rare and precious good – today, as well as in the past. If possible, take time to visit the nearby « Guggiwiese » or the Capuchin monastery built in 1595 and enjoy the peace and quiet they offer.

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