Traditional Geocache

Journey to get aquainted with Gyergyo Basin

A cache by sz.v.endre Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 9/8/2007
In Romania
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

This is actually a multi cache with 5 virtual and one traditional
points. This cache was published in the Hungarian geocaching site.
There are password protected caches, so on virtual stages you can
find the password item. But these are just for the Hungarians.
Anyway, if you want to see all these historical, religious, art
values, you should visit all the waypoints I recommend.

I have a challenge to you. Try to find the password, and send you via e-mail. I will translate to you, because this is a hungarian sentence.

The first station of our trip is Tekeropatak, this village
is famous for the ski-jumping hill, where are national
championships every winter.
Next station is Kilyenfalva. There is a baroque church for
Maria Magdalena.
In Gyergyoujfalu, you can find a monument in memoriam insults of
tartars in 1707.
The third stage is Gyergyocsomafalva, where you can taste
very strong and delicious mineral water.
You should take a look for the church of Gyergyoalfalu. This
is from the 13th century, built in roman style.
In Gyergyoszarhegy you need to see the Castle of Lazar. Lots of
transilvanian lords spent there them childhood. Now this is a
nursery for artists. Very interesting exhibitions are in the
garden.
In Gyergyoditro there are two chuches, one is the gothic Katalin
church, and the Neogohic Saint Heart of Jesus Christ church with
two towers.
In Gyergyoszentmiklos you can find churches for all religious
community. The most interesting is the armenian. You can find in
ethnografical collection in Tarisznyás Márton Museum
Not far from Gyergyoszentmiklos you can find the cache in the given
coordinates in the neighborhood of a chapel. You can parking at
N 46° 43,6260' E 25° 37,9160' and follow the Piros telikör sign to the cache.

Have a nice trip, I wish you to visit the most places in this
area, and have a lot of good experiences here.


For the Hungarians - magyarul itt
olvashatsz


I promise, i will take the romanian translation as soon as
possible.

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