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Kopf des Griechen

A cache by Avenging Angel Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 02/27/2008
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

BITTE ENTSCHULDIGT UNANNEHMLICHKEITEN! SCHEINBAR SIND UMBAUARBEITEN
AN DER LOCATION IN GANGE DER CACHE WIRD ASAP GEWARTET UND EINEM
UPDATE UNTERZOGEN! LG AA

Erst einmal durch das, von der Waldviertler-Bundesstraße B2
erreichbare Steintor (Parkmöglichkeit - Koordinaten siehe unten)
hindurchmarschiert, entdeckt man nach etwa 200m den stillgelegten
Steinbruch Brombühel mit Ruinen verlassener Arbeiterbaracken.
Inmitten des Steinbruchs finden sich Skulpturen des Schremser
Künstlers Makis Warlamis. Unter dem Motto "Felsendom" wurde 1999
diese sakrale Architektur hier im Steinbruch Brombühel bei Schrems
im Rahmen des Native Festival des NÖ Donaufestivals errichtet.
Parkmöglichkeit bei N 48°47.207', E15°05.114' Der Cache befindet
sich direkt im Abbaugebiet, wo eine weitere, leicht verwitterte
Skulptur, die dem Cache seinen Namen gibt, steht Cache Inhalt:
Log&Stift Katze Elch GBP 0.01 (1 Penny) Wackelbild
---------------------- By passing the huge stone gate at N
48°47.207', E15°05.114', reachable via the federal road "B2", you
will discover the closed quarry "Brombühel" after app. 200m with
its ruins of the workers barracks. Amidst this stone pit you can
find sculptures of Makis Warlamis, an artist from Schrems. Themed
“Felsendom” these sculptures were constructed in line
with the Native Festival / lower Austrian Donaufestivals in 1999.
Parking at: N 48°47.207', E15°05.114' The cache lies literally
within the pit, where you will find another sculpture, which gives
the cache its name

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Fgryy qvpu qrz Tevrpura trtraüore haq sbytr qre Sneor oynh vaf Trfgrva

Pbzr npebff gur terrx naq sbyybj gb pbybhe oyhr vagb gur ebpx

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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