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Excursion through Hani land

A cache by Blackpanda (Rihards & Inese ) Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 03/14/2008
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

In this place lived baron Hani family almost 444 years in 13 generations. They were one of the richest landloards in Kurland. Hani educated manor house servants and took care of them. More information

Cache location: N57° 13.(308+L+M+S+3-J), E 022° 31.(91+L+M-S)

To find the cache, first you need to go to the coordinates (N57°13.259, E022° 30.537). In that place is road sign with some word.Your task is to find out first and fifth letter location in Latvian alphabet (the sum of these numbers is (L).

Next go to Hani family vault ( N57° 13.729, E022° 31.539 ) here you will find out letter(M) – how many columns has the family vault?

The third place where you need to go is Hani manor house (N57° 13.417, E022° 31.192). Your task is to count rain waste-pipes around the manor house, then you will get letter (S).

Finally you need to know letter (J), it is a manor house number.

Please, be sure that no one look`s at You when You take and put back the cache.

Now go and find the cache!

Good luck!

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

vafvqr, unatvat

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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