Gottschalkenberg Pass, 6313 Menzingen, Switzerland
About Gottschalkenberg Pass
Gottschalkenberg Pass is a high mountain pass in the canton of Zug in Switzerland. IT gives a panoramic view of the valley of Zug and also it is a picturesque area to spend some good times and to take some photographs.
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