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Hidden : 04/19/2015
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

An easy find on your way out to Djurgården, an island which is a part of the National City Park. Inspired by a cache I have found in Frankfurt, Abus (GC3T1XG).

Djurgårdsbron (Swedish: "The Djurgården Bridge") is a bridge in central Stockholm, Sweden. Designed by Carl Fraenell and built for the Stockholm World's Fair 1897, the present bridge forms a southern extension to the boulevard Narvavägen, thus connecting mainland Östermalm to the island Djurgården. 

Featured on the bridge standing on tall granite columns are four Old Norse gods, sculpted by Rold Adlersparre: Heimdall blowing in his Gjallarhorn; Odin's wife Frigg holding a rod; Freyja with a falcon (one of her guises) in her hand; and Thor with his hammer Mjolnirresting on his shoulder. Flanking the pathways are cast iron railings displaying stylized plants and the abutments and candelabrasdesigned by the architect Erik Josephson (1864–1929).

This text is copied from wikipedia.

There is very limited space in this cache, very small/flat trackables might fit. Please replace so that the container is hidden out of sight

Edit 190227 after several years of the cache container being hard to open sometimes when it is below freezing (but not always, I have gotten it to open all but one time when I have checked on it regardless of temperature and when it didn't open it made no difference when I took it inside) I have now added a not available in winter attribute.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Pnpur: guvax ovxr frphevgl. Pbqr: arneol ovt ahzoref va tbyq.
Ohexra: gäax plxryfäxreurg. Xbq: fgben fvssebe v thyq svaaf v aäeurgra.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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