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Rubla ozols (Ruble Oak)

A cache by SamijGlavnij Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 04/19/2010
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size:   small (small)

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Geocache Description:

[LAT] Slepnis atrodas Dundagas parka, netalu no Rubla ozola.
[ENG] Cache is located at the Dundaga park, near from the Ruble Oak.

Dundagas parks ir bagats ar liela izmera un ieverojama vecuma ozoliem. Rubla ozols (naudas ozols) ir attelots uz 1919.gada Latvija izdotas 100 rublu naudas zimes (makslinieks H.Grinbergs), ta apkartmers ir 5,1 m un tas atrodas parka dienvidaustrumu mala. Turpat blakus atrodas vel vecaks dižozols – 6,5 m apkartmera, savukart paša parka dienvidu mala, Paces upes ieloka atrodas „milzu ozolu”, bet parka ziemelu dala aug piramidalais ozols.

[ENG] Dundaga park is rich with large and significant old oak trees. Ruble Oak (Money tree) is depicted on a 100 ruble banknote (artist H. Grinbergs) issued in Latvia at 1919. Oak circumference is 5.1 m and it is located in south-eastern part of the park. Nearby lie even older oak – its circumference is 6,5 m. At the southern part of the park, near from Pace river grow a "Giant oak", but at the northern part of park grow pyramidal oak.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

[LAT] Arivraf ani znwnf.

[ENG] Abobql vf ubzr.

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