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Cache is near one of the greatest sources in Latvia named Kevele Sources (King's Sources).
Kevele Springs are on the foot of the Kambari Hill in Vitini Parish. 7 separate springs are coming out from the 4 m deep and 6 m wide ravine and on their way flow together and make one stream. Each of the 7 springs has its own special taste and each of them cures certain illness. The legend goes that during the Great Northern war Latvian seers cured Carl XII, the King of Sweden, with the spring water while the educated court doctors could not help. The springs therefore are called the King's springs.
Pointed coordinates are for place where you can find information desk of the Kevele sources. To find final cache place, you must answer some questions.
A = In how many languages on the desk is information about Kevele sources?
B = how many interesting objects in Zemgale offer You to visit map on the information desk?
C = how many buttons you can see on the jacket of Swedish King Carl XII ?
And finally go down the stairs to the sources and cross little bridge over the stream with root on it. Straight ahead you can see the fir-tree. In how many branches this tree separates? = D
Final coordinates are N 56°28.[1402-((C*B)+(A*D))] E 022°49.[(B*A)-((A*D)+C)].
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