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Hidden : 10/04/2013
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Geocache Description:

This cache is as continue to my phobia tour caches. Each cache will have some connection with phobia, either part of the exercise, or final place, or container design or its contents. BYOP!




We all afraid of something. Some of us however, whether due to a traumatic experience or just bad luck, have fears that could be classified as being a bit more irrational.

A phobia is an intense fear of something that, in reality, poses little or no actual danger. Common phobias and fears include closed-in places, heights, highway driving, flying insects, snakes, and needles. However, we can develop phobias of virtually anything. Most phobias develop in childhood, but they can also develop in adults.



The task:


1.How many letters have the longest place name in USA? (the longest version)

2.How many G letters has this name?

3.How many letters has the longest word in Turkey + Bosnia&Herzegovina  + Latvia + Finland (two digits) + Estonia + Lithuania?



4.How many letters have the longest place name in the world? (the longest version)

5.How many letters it has in shortened version? (one digit)

6.How many letters have the longest word in the world?

7.How many minutes approximately is necessary to spell this word?



The cache is located here:

N56 58.ABC

E023 5K.LMR


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