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Street Art - Dislajkam mržnju

A cache by Matko&Maja Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 4/23/2014
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1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: other (other)

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Geocache Description:

Youth organizations called BMK (Be a men club) from Zagreb, Gospić and Valpovo gathered together to promote nacional campaign called "I dislake hate" (Dislajkam mržnju). They held 37 classes, in schools at places mentioned above, against so called hate speech on the Internet. All together contributed that more then 900 pupils heard and shared their experiences when they were on the Internet.

Beside that the painted scrabbles on the wall around the school was painted again and then this street art emerged that is the theme of this cache. Founding this cache you can also support disliking hate on the Internet. Art is made like a comic on the wall so enjoy it :) You can read more from this website.

Cache container is size nano and containes only logbook so bring your own pen. Also the cache is not at the starting coordinates but the street art is. To get the final coordinates you need to count something:

A - number of white hearts that you see on the art
B - number of the red hearts that you see on the art
C - number of comic pictures

N 45° 39.XXX
E 018° 25.YYY


XXX: C*B-A-(A-C)*C*A-B+C*B*A

YYY: C*(A+B)-B*(A-C)

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