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The cache can be found in the vicinity of a more or less forgotten Jewish graveyard. If the door seems to be closed, knock on it till it will be opened (or you will be sent away). The guy inside has a key to the door, obviously.
Approach: take tram #59 to Apor Vilmos tér or take bus # 102, 105, 112 or 990 to Apor Vilmos tér.
Maximum stealth is required! Please, express your thoughts on the cache. I will DELETE each log saying just "OK" OR "13:20" OR "TFTC" or stuff like those.
Bring your own pen.
It is customary, before leaving the grave, to place a small stone on the marker to indicate someone has visited the grave. This tradition may reflect the biblical practice of marking the grave with a pile of stones. The more stones a grave has, the more the deceased is being visited and is therefore being honored. It's a sign to others who come to the grave that they're not the only ones who remember. The pebbles on the grave are a reminder that others have come to visit the grave. The loved one is remembered by many others and his or her life continues to have an impact on others.
This is obviously a sacred space, please be respectful.
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