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Wojnowice - Zamek na wodzie

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Hidden : 06/04/2007
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Cache next to the castle on the water in Wojnowice

[PL]

Pierwsza wzmianka o zamku w Wojnowicach pojawia sie w 1351 r., kiedy to król Karol IV Luksemburski nadal dobra Wojnowice rycerzowi Johannowi Skoppowi. Potem, jak to zwykle bywa, zamek zmienial wlascicieli i wystrój, ale szczesliwie doczekal naszych czasów w doskonalej formie. W calosci zachowal sie sam zamek - czworobok z wewnetrznym dziedzincem, fosa przyzamkowa i pólnocna czesc drugiego pierscienia fosy. Obecnie w zamku miesci sie hotel (ceny zbójcerskie).
Po zamkowym parku hasaja sfory kotów wszelkiej masci, plci i wieku. Niektóre pozwalaja sie poglaskac.

Historia: (visit link)
Strona zameczku: (visit link)

Skrzynka zawiera logbook i dlugopis, a na wymiane - dwie eleganckie filizanki ze spodkami i torebke herbaty jasminowej. Jak dobrze posciemniacie zamkowej ochmistrzyni, to i wrzatku poda, wiec bedzie mozna skonsumowac na miejscu.

[ENG]

First notion of the castle in Wojnowice comes form 1351, when the king Karl IV of Luxembourg attributed the land of Wojnowice to the knight Johann Skopp. As a general rule, the castle has changed the owners, and has been rebuilt and restyled over the ages. Luckily, it has survived to our times in perfect health.
Currently, the castle hosts a hotel (raubritter prices).
Lots of cats of different sizes, sex and color roam the castle park. Some of them tolerate humans ;)

History: (visit link)
Castle home site: (visit link)

Cache contains logbook and ballpen (n.f.t.). Tea service for two and a packet of jasmine tea is provided for trade. If you manage to coax the chamberlaine of the castle restaurant to serve some hot water, you can even make some tea on the spot.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

[PL] Hxelgn cbmn grerarz mnzxh. Fmhxnw j xbypmnfglpu punfmpmnpu mn cavrz xybah. Mnznfxbjnan puehfgrz.

[ENG] Uvqqra bhgfvqr bs gur pnfgyr nern. Ybbx va gur gubeal ohfurf oruvaq gur zncyr gerr. Pnzbhsyntrq j/fgvpxf.

Decryption Key

A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M
-------------------------
N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z

(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



 

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