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Railway To Siberia - Golgatas Cels

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Hidden : 03/25/2011
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Railway To Siberia - Golgatas Cels

At given coordinates you should find two numbers. Call this numbers ABCD and EFGH . N 57 30.(2566-ABCD) E 025 26.(2186-EFGH) Final coordinates you can reach by not far walking along the azimuth from the starting coordinates.
The cache is hidden in object what you will find near final coordinates,NOT IN GZ!!! Sakarā ar sūdzibām no dažiem slēpņotājiem,kas grib kasīties vai kas nesaprot,vai negrib saprast teikumu angļu valodā, uzrakstīšu to Latviešu valodā īpaši apdavinātajiem "для особа одаренных": Slēpnis ir noslēpts objektā netālu no gala koordinātām,SLĒPNIS NEATRODAS 0 PUNKTĀ! Container is a small plastic box,contains logbook,pencil and things for change.Please, place back the container just as it was.

On June 14, 1941, more than 15,000 Latvian inhabitants, including approximately 4,000 children of Latvian, Jewish, Polish and Russian extraction were deported to Siberia. The women and children were sent to the remote Krasnojarska and Tomska districts. The first two years were the most difficult and many perished from the harsh conditions. THE CHILDREN OF SIBERIA - short video

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