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Raunas Staburags

A cache by mediamasterLV & apelsiinmeiteneLV Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 07/02/2009
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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[LAT]
Uzmanibu! Pie Raunas Staburaga ir uzstadits ari zemak redzamais objekts. Neskatoties uz interesanto konstrukciju un saturu, tam nav nekada sakara ar so slepni. Man nav iebildumu, ja registrejat savu apmeklejumu tikai taja, bet atceraties, ka tad Jus neesat atradusi isto slepni un Jusu ieraksts geocaching.com par slepna atrasanu bus nekorekts.

[ENG]
Attention! There is another object located near Raunas Staburags. Despite an interesting construction and content, it is not related to this cache. You can register your visit only in it, but be aware that You did not find the original cache and Your log in geocaching.com will be incorrect.



[LAT]
Raunas Staburags pec Daugavas Staburaga appludinasanas sobrid ir Latvija raksturigakais un izteiktakais sunakmens veidojums, kas ir ~ 8000 gadus vecs un turpina veidoties ari musdienas - uz sunam u.c. augiem izgulsnejoties avotkalkiem. Raunas Staburags minets ka vieniga Alpu kreimules atradnes vieta, tacu pedejo 15 gadu laika mineta suga nav konstateta. Domajams, ka iemesls tam ir Staburaga apmekletaju intensivais nomidijums. Avoti, kas veido avotkalkus, ir ES nozimes prioritaras aizsardzibas biotops.

Esot pie Staburaga, nekada zina nedrikst brist pari upei un kapt uz trauslajiem avotkalkiem, ka ari nobradat preteja krasta esoso upes nogazi. Ieprieks minetas darbibas rezultata, Raunas Staburags sobrid ir viens no vairak cietusajiem un apdraudetakajiem Latvijas dabas turisma objektiem! Skatisimies to tikai no preteja krasta un izbaudisim "ar acim" un fotoaparata palidzibu!

[ENG]
The Staburags cliff of Rauna has been Latvia’s most distinct travertine cliff since the great Staburags cliff of the Daugava River sank under the waves during the construction of a hydroelectric power plant nearby. The cliff is approximately 8,000 years old and is still being formed as lime settles on moss and other plants. The Staburags cliff of Rauna is cited as the only location in Latvia of the Alpine butterwort, but it has not been seen there for the last 15 years. That is probably because of the many people who tramp across the cliff each year. The streams which deliver lime to the cliff are a biotope that is of priority at the EU level.

Visiting Staburags, under no circumstances, do not wade across the river and do not climb to the brittle lime stones as well do not trample the slope on the opposite shore of the river. Through the above-mentioned activity, Staburags is now one of the most devastated and vulnerable Latvian natural objects! Discover it just from the opposite shore and just using your eyes and cameras!



Additional Hints (Decrypt)

[LAT] zhen fvranf avfn
[ENG] va gur avpur bs fgbar jnyy

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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  • another object[LAT] Sis objekts NAV slepna "Raunas Staburags" konteiners! [ENG] This object is NOT the container of the cache "Raunas Staburags"!
  • spoiler[LAT] Konteiners atrodas mura sienas nisa [ENG] The container is placed in the niche of stone wall

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