|— Canton of Switzerland —|
|• Executive||Regierungsrat (7)|
|• Legislative||Kantonsrat (80)|
|• Total||239 km2 (92 sq mi)|
|• Density||422.2/km2 (1,093.4/sq mi)|
|Highest point||1,580 m (5,184 ft) - Wildspitz|
The Canton of Zug is one of the 26 cantons of Switzerland. It is in central Switzerland and its capital is Zug. With 239 km² in area, the canton is one of the smallest of the cantons. It does not contain any districts as there are not enough municipalities to warrant any districts.
The canton of Zug is in central Switzerland. The canton of Lucerne and Canton of Aargau lie to its west. To the north is the Canton of Zürich; to the west and south is the Canton of Schwyz. The canton has two lakes inside of it, both of which make up a large part of the canton's area. They are the lakes of Zug and Ägeri.
The eleven municipalities of the canton are:
- Canton of Zug official page (German)
- Official statistics
- Zug-Zuerich border photos
- Kanton Zug - All photographs index
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