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Cache is a small white tube but is now located in a larger Tupperware box with room for swaps and trackables. And at 1932m above sea level it's the highest geocache on Cyprus. To find the true location, solve the puzzle to reveal the final coordinates.
The cache is NOT at the location above, but this snow ball (RAF Radar) [edit: the snowball cover on the radar is no longer there but other smaller balls can be seen] can be seen from the cache location - not much of a clue as you can see this white ball from the beach on Akrotiri on a clear day, but you can find out the 4 digit number from the phrase below to work out the final coordinates below
Troodos' highest peak is Mount Olympus at ABCD metres.
Final Coordinates are
N 34° C(C+A) . AC(C-D-D-A)
E 032° CA . (C+D)D(D-A-A)
You can check your answers for this puzzle on GeoChecker.com.
This cache meets the Urban Placement Guidelines
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum