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Līdaciņu Jāņa kalns ar akmeni/Ancientsites #14

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Hidden : 08/02/2013
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LV Slēpnis atrodas pie  senas svētvietas, upurakmens

EN The cache located at ancient sacred site, sacrifical stone

LV Senatnē šeit it kā bijusi Svētā birze un pāļu būve. Akmens tuvumā tikuši atrasti senas naudas gabali, kas acīmredzot ziedoti. Nostāsti vēsta, ka pāļu būve bijusi ezera krastā, tagad te ir kūdras purvs. Ap akmeni vairākas beders, iespējams, kādu izrakumu paliekas?

EN Tales exist, that Sacred Grove has been standing on this height, with a wooden stucture at its base, where a lake existed, now a marshland. Near the stone some ancient coins have been found, indicatng those have been donated. Some hollows around the stone, possible, remains of digging?

LV Piekļuve - vai nu caur Līdaciņu mājām, kur jākontaktējas ar tās iedzīvotājiem, vai pa gatvi (ganību ceļu), kas atrodas pretī Inču mājām, līdz mežam, un tad pāri laukam. BYOP

EN Access either through Līdaciņu homestead, where contact with owners necessary, or opposite Inču homestead there are a pasture path, leading to the forest, from there across the field. BYOP

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