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Ludzas Muzejs

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Hidden : 04/11/2009
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[LAT] Slepnis netalu no Ludzas Novadpetniecbas muzeja. Muzejs iekartots 1812.g. kara varona J.Kulneva maja, ataino novada vesturi no akmens laikmeta lidz musdienam, plaša brivdabas nodala.
[ENG] The cache contains only a logbook. So, B.Y.O.P

[LAT] Slepnis atrodas arpus muzeja teritorijas, tadel ir pieejams ari svetdien un nakti, kad muzejs nestrada. No slepna vietas var redzet muzeja Brivdabas un etnografijas nodalu ar lauku celtniecibas objektiem: dumistaba (celta 19.gs. 1.ceturksni, parvesta no Ludzas rajona Bobišu sadžas), zemnieka dzivojama maja (celta 19.gs. 2.ceturksni, 1957.gada parvesta no Ludzas rajona Ciblas pagasta Voloju ciema), vejdzirnavas (buvetas 1891.gada, parvestas no Ludzas rajona Barisu sadžas 1959.gada), rija (celta 1927.gada, parvesta no Ludzas rajona Šmatu sadžas) un P.Vilcana keramikas darbnica (parvesta no Preilu rajona Gailišu ciema Dubes sadžas 1977.gada). Tomer ipašu uzmanibu ekskursanti pieverš vienam no unikalakajiem muzeja eksponatiem – ar dizeldegvielu darbinamajam motoram jeb traktoram. Šo Vacija ražotu traktoru 20.gs. 30.-tajos gados nopircis Ludzas aprinka Malnovas pagasta Ijevkas sadžas iedzivotajs P.Mešcanovs. Traktora atrums ir 4 km stunda, to pielietoja kulšanas darbos un ar to zageja delus. No 1987.gada motors/traktors ir Ludzas Novadpetniecibas muzeja eksponats.
Ludzas muzeja pakalpojumi

[ENG] Ludzas muzejs In the local history of the oldest town in Latvia you become acquainted with history of the area, learn that Latgalians lived here already centuries ago, what peoples wandered around these places searching for settlemnet place. The ruins left of the German castle (1399) is the symbol of fights and wars that took place here in the Middle Ages. Rich archeaelogical findings prove that in the 7th millenium B.C. Finnish-Ugric tribes lived in this area. Latgalian tribes started moving to the north and in the beginning of the 9th century reached the northern frontier of the present Latvia's territory. The Finnish-Ugric tribes partly moved to the north or assimilated with the Latgalian tribes.   The museum regularly organises various art exhibitions.

Kas ir celotajs (trackable item)? Un ko ar to darit? ---> SKATIT ŠEIT

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

[LAT] Ivef tnyinf.
[ENG] Nobir lbhe urnq

Decryption Key

A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M
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N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z

(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



 

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