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TEATRO ROMANO / ROMAN THEATRE — Geocache of the week

Traditional
GC50W5J
by Adolficus
Difficulty:
1.5
Terrain:
1.5
Location:
Mérida, Spain
N 38° 54.909′ W 006° 20.338′
Tragedy!

Travel back to the year 15 BC and the splendor of the Roman Empire for this Geocache of the Week. The Roman Theatre of Mérida, Spain, is Europe’s best conserved original stage for theatrical performances and continues the tradition through the annual Mérida Classical Theatre Festival.

Visit this UNESCO World Heritage Site, one of the largest and most extensive archaeological sites in Spain, and find the “cutting-edge” cache container nearby.

Cache owner Adolficus encourages visitors to reenact a tragic play and share photos on logs for others to enjoy.
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Jumanji—Geocache of the Week

Multi-Cache
GC39CM6
by The Knight Templar
Difficulty:
4
Terrain:
2.5
Location:
Noord-Brabant, Netherlands
N 51° 40.910′ E 005° 38.757′

“In the Jungle you must wait, until the dice read 5 or 8.”

Deep in the untamed wilderness of the Netherlands exists a legendary geocache. The 21 stages of this Multi-cache bring you through the game of Jumanji. Ward off giant wasps, escape from pesky monkeys, and play the game as you journey towards the Final stage — an official Jumanji game board.

Do you dare to take the bait, to learn your geocaching fate?

Disclaimer: Imagination required for exotic animal sightings.

 

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Nargö — Geocache of the Week

Multi-Cache
GC2FMR0
by airavs,Lodzis, reperio_LV, bizenajs
Difficulty:
5
Terrain:
5
Location:
Naissaar, Estonia
N 59° 33.454′ E 024° 33.215′

Nargö, a D5/T5 Multi-Cache is at least a full-day’s adventure of Naissaar, one of Estonia’s largest islands. Covered in protected coniferous forest, Naissaar has a surprisingly long history of military activity, which can be seen in the cemeteries of British sailors from the Crimean War, Soviet bunkers, and deep-sea mine anchors.
If you are brave enough to choose this journey — add a flashlight, some adventurous friends, and your survival skills to the packing list.

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S.P.D. #1 – Welcome! — Geocache of the Week

Traditional
GC45297
by Sedona Police Dept.
Difficulty:
1.5
Terrain:
1
Location:
Arizona, United States
N 34° 51.780′ W 111° 48.826′

“911 what’s your emergency?”

“I need to find a geocache!”

“Please go down to the Sedona police station for immediate assistance.”

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Pão de Açúcar — Geocache of the Week

EarthCache
GC4KZEY
by EarthCacheSeeker
Difficulty:
1
Terrain:
3
Location:
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
S 22° 57.060′ W 043° 09.820′

If something is gneiss, don’t take it for granite.

560 million years ago, Pão de Açúcar (Sugarloaf in English)  busted through Earth’s crust, protruding out of the Atlantic ocean to a monolithic height of 1,299 feet (396 meters) above sea level. Its location and prominence provided a natural landmark that lent way to the creation of Rio de Janeiro in 1565, serving as a tactical defense point in Guanabara Bay.

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