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Rónay Crypt in Kiszombor

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Hidden : 7/26/2013
Difficulty:
2.5 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

If you feel like being in the place of Indiana Jones for a short time, you may want to visit this forgotten crypt next to the cemetary of Kiszombor. You can view this crypt-chapel only from the outside, but this place has a very interesting atmosphere.


The crypt was built by the Rónay family for burial purposes in the XIX. century in a neoroman style. It is located in Kiszombor. You can reach the crypt garden from the cemetary itself. It is advised to park your car next to the main entrance of the cemetary on a beautiful lakeside. The cemetary is open all the time and you are free to visit it. You have to cross the cemetary to find the crypt garden entrance which leads directly to the crypt. 

You can't and shouldn't enter the crypt, but you are free to admire it from the outside. Facing the crypt entrance, the cache is hidden directly next to the rare right tower. You don't have to remove anything from the building itself to find it. Please do not upload any photos or text references about the hiding spot and repalce everything very accurately.

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