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Cham

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Cham [1] is a city in Bavaria, Germany.

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Several national highway connections are running through Cham:

B20: Königssee - Berchtesgaden - Bad Reichenhall - Piding - Freilassing - Laufen (Salzach) - Tittmoning - Burghausen - Eggenfelden - Haunersdorf - Landau an der Isar - Straubing - Cham - Furth im Wald. On the Czech side the highway continues to Pilsen.

B22: Würzburg - Bamberg - Bayreuth - Weiden - Oberviechtach - Rötz - Cham

B85: BergaBad FrankenhausenKölledaWeimarRudolstadtSaalfeld/SaaleLudwigsstadtKronachKulmbachBayreuthPegnitzAuerbach in der OberpfalzSulzbach-RosenbergAmbergSchwandorfBruck i.d.OPf. - RodingChamViechtachRegenSchönberg (Niederbayern)TittlingPassau

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Regular trains connect Cham with other parts of Germany as well as the Czech Republic.

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  • The town wall and gates (Biertor, Grasslturm, Rundturm, Straubinger Turm)
  • The old city center around the Marketplace ('Marktplatz')
  • The old city hall

Churches[edit]

  • St. Jakob
  • Maria Hilf
  • Franziskanerkirche
  • Spitalkirche

Museums[edit]

  • S.P.U.R. (Prem, Sturm, Fischer, Zimmer


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The local canoeing club [2] runs a small camping site at the bank of the river Regen.

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