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A magnetic "nano" cache at the top of Lycabetus Hill, in Athens (St. George's church).
A very busy spot, so please be very careful and use your geocaching abilities in order not to attract geomuggles' interest!
Please take care not to drop the tiny (1x1cm) cylinder and after logging ONLY name and date on the tiny logstrip be sure to fold it back carefully in the cache and stick the magnetic cylinder on exactly the same spot. Thank you!
The exact cache location may not offer the best view of the city, but there is something there to justify (and camouflage!) your interest. The tiny cache cannot be seen but it can easily be touched by a carefully searching hand...
(Note: You can reach the top taking the funicular. In case you have your own car - you could also take a taxi - you can leave it at the parking lot in front of the open theatre. Terrain rating should be set higher for those choosing to reach the top on foot!)
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:33:47 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:33 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum