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A cache by uzo with kamen_benz and sas Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 04/25/2010
2 out of 5
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Located above the "Golden Sands" resort near Varna. Abandoned restaurant. Easy access with car. You have to walk no more than 300 meters. There is a old rusty fence with a big hole. No problem to enter! Scenic view. Please bring a pen, the container is too small to fit one.

Located above the "Golden Sands" resort near Varna. The cache is hidden in the remains of an abandoned restaurant and stage called "Kukerite". It haven't been in use for more than 20 years and it is practicaly almost swallowed by the forest and vegetation around it. It is looking right above the big tourist resort "Golden Sands" and opens a pretty good view of the place. It was used for a stage for a very traditional Bulgarian ceremony called "Kukeri" - it is a tradition as old as the Bulgarian people and it involves men dressing up like scary monsters with alot of bells on their costumes. These men dance in the beginning of the spring to make the evil creatures to hide in the forest and the crops to be rich , and everybody to be healthy. You can read more info here: (visit link)

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