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Meet & Greet Copenhagen 2013

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Hidden : Saturday, July 20, 2013
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meet and greet Copenhagen

During our vacation in Denmark we will also visit the capital, Copenhagen.

Of course we want to see the famous Little mermaid, and as we know many others will visit her too.

This seems to us a perfect moment for a little meet and greet event if there are other geocachers that share the same passion for beautiful spots and adventure during holidays, and of course we would like to meet the Danisch geocachers as well.

The Event will start on Saturday the 20th of July at 20:30 and will last till 21:00. During this time you can sign the logbook we will bring with us.

Of course you can arrive earlier and stay as long as you like.

We hope to see you all there and meet you in person.

Greetings, 3 Dutch Bears

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