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Hidden : 01/04/2007
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Geocache Description:

This is one of a group of six geocaches, the first to be placed since Montenegro gained its independence in 2006. All are located around the Bay of Kotor.

If you would like to explore some historic fortresses and great hikes, check out "The Austro-Hungarian Fortresses of Montenegro - A Hikers Guide" available via Amazon or Montenegro bookshops.

USE GREAT CARE TO HIDE THIS CACHE WELL AND AVOID MUGGLES! Park car at N42 25.362, E018 47.968 There is a huge water-formed limestone cave set high above Kotor close to the ancient mule route from the coast, known as “The Ladder of Cattaro”. The cache can be found be exploring the cave from its indicated location - “From where I lie, I see the sky, not once but four times ‘tis said”. Because this location is very often explored by passers by, please ensure that the cache is very well hidden after you find it. Thanks. Please support "CACHE IN - TRASH OUT" to make Montenegro a clean environment

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

21z sebz gur tnc va gur jnyy jvguva gur pnir ghpxrq haqre ynetr obhyqre ol yrsg jnyy.

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(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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