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Location of the cache is in a camp occupied by the Germans during WWII. The site itself is kept pretty quiet - you wouldn't even know it was here.
**Unfortunately, I am no longer in the area and cannot maintain this cache. If anybody lives in the area and would like to adopt this cache, please send me a message. I'd hate to see this historical location disappear from Geocaching.com!**
There are several buildings in this location, which were purportedly used to house local dissidents. From what I understand, many were even killed here (according to a British historian that first showed me this site). The site itself is kept pretty quiet - you wouldn't even know it was here.
Suggest you park at: N 35°31.666' E024°11.311 and walk in.
If any of the gates are closed, feel free to open them - just make sure you close them behind you on your way in/out. They are there to keep the sheep/goats in.
Cache is a small Rubbermaid container inside of a large ziplock bag. It has a small logbook, pen, geocache info paper, and a few small items for swapping.
When you're done with this cache, don't forget to stop by the other one very close by (visit link)
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- Cache Spoiler
- Cache Spoiler 2When looking at the building from this view, the cache is right behind you.
- ParkingBest to park here and walk down to the cache.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum