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nomoda: checked the cache, it is gone, and it won't be restored in its previous location - seems that muggles found interest in it.


Brunurupuci (tortoises)

A cache by kazhe Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 10/30/2009
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1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Quite a simple mystery cache for the heroes among us.

As you see, this is a mystery cache. Thus on the given coordinates you won't find a thing (at least - not the container for this cache, maybe somebody has put another cache there, I seriously have no idea). The real coordinates for THIS cache are 56° __.___ E 023° __.___.
To solve the mystery and to understand the story behind this cache (which I can't tell you, or I would spoil the mystery), you are recommended to watch the 1987 Latvian animated film Brunurupuci" (Tortoises) directed by Ansis Berzins. After you have watched the film - take a look at the photo provided below, maybe you can see the coordinates in it (they are written on the picture).
A bit more about the cache - it salutes the Latvian tradition of extreme road crossing and nighty walks on the highway.
The cache location has a very strong connection with this tradition.
P.S. No geochecker is given: you will either see the coordinates or you wont. You can also try to look for a "magic-eye" 3D effect in the picture but I'm afraid that it is not there. Still - if it helps you to find the cache or if you just like staring at pictures - you're welcome to do it.
Here's the picture:

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Rvgure uvtu be ybj - qrcraqvat ba jurer lbh fgnaq

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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