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Hidden : 9/29/2012
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[ENG] The Four King Road (in estonian Nelja Kuninga Tee - NKT) is a series of caches, that mark a journey of four Estonian „kings“, elected amongst themselves, who went in 14th century from Padise Monastery to Paide Order Stronghold to negotiate better conditions from the Order for surviving of estonian nation. There are traditional caches along this road and in historically important places also multi or puzzle caches.
The road has been adjusted and may not be the exact journey of four „kings“.

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[EST] Nelja Kuninga Tee (NKT) on aarete sari, mis tähistab teekonda, mida mööda neli eestlaste seast valitud kuningat läksid 14. sajandil Padise kloostrist Paide ordulinnusesse, et ordult eesti rahvuse püsimajäämiseks soodsamaid tingimusi välja tingida. Sellele teele on peidetud tavalised aarded ning teele jäävates ajalooliselt olulistes kohtades on peidus multi- või mõistatusaarded.
Teekonda on kohandatud ja see ei pruugi ajaloolise teekonnaga kokku langeda.

Kirjutusvahend võta kaasa !
In the spring of 2019, the NKT series goes to the archives.

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