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Murals (1): Three Proud People

A cache by funkydan2 maintained by rinsemesocks Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 8/21/2010
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Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

A typical inner-city magnetic micro cache - BYO Pen.

On a humble wall near the train line stands a monument to Three Proud People.

This mural stands in memory of the three medalists in the 200m sprint at the 1968 Mexico Olympics. After winning this race, the Gold and Bronze medalists stood with a 'Black Power' salute, as a statement against the treatment of African American people. Joining them on the podium was Australian Peter Norman.

For more information read: (visit link)

This spot would be a great place for some CITO, so please, brings your gloves and a bag to help clean up our urban environment.

This cache is placed thanks to geotalkpodcast (visit link) and, as the container was a prize from them.

If you enjoyed this cache please have a look for other caches in this series: GC2FAAR.

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