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TB-Motel - M2

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Hidden : 07/21/2008
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Size: Size: regular (regular)

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An easy point close to the motorway. You can retrieve here some smaller TBs or coins. The size of the cache is 7X20cm, drum shaped kitchen box.

Close to the cache you can see a cant table with Hungarian runic letters. There are three similar tables in the country. This writing is the oldest known, and the origin all of the writings. Unfortunately there are just a few people who know this script. So my goal of this cache to show something about these punctuation marks.

The "rovásírás" (runic writing in Hungarian) is a special part of the Hungarian culture. It came from the oldest ages. Some memories reserved in the Hungarian Runic Writing point us to the nations of the ancient Middle-East.

The relation of the Christian and the previous culture is a very argued problem of the Hungarian history. The question arose often whether spreading the Christianity meant destroying the old culture. It is an interesting thing that the runic writing is known from not the relics of the pre-Christian Hungarians, but the notes of the Christians, mainly the priests and the monks. In the middle ages the Hungarian church widely used the runic writing.

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This city, Göd is the gate of the Danube-curve. You can take a walk in the short of the Danube. The sunset is so nice here in summer.
In here were live a wrold-famous horse, Kincsem, who won all his 54 races where he started.
You can play and learn how to play golf.

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