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Fort - Paravia (LP)

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Hidden : 11/06/2016
Difficulty:
2.5 out of 5
Terrain:
3 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Ovaj keš dio je geoarta slova „F“ koji stoji za glavnu utvrdu Fort Forno.

 

Carska i kraljevna luka Austro-Ugarske monarhije, Odsjek Pula, Obrambeni okrug IX (od njih 16) bio je najsjeverniji dio obrambenog sustava grada Pule. Ovaj izdvojeni obrambeni okrug obuhvaća priobalje Barbarige na kojem se nalaze tri velike utvrde od kojih je najpoznatija Fort Forno. Osim Forta Forno u ovom se sektoru nalaze još dvije obalne oklopne utvrde, a u obrani im je pomagalo još sedam obalnih baterija. Ovaj sektor činio je sjeverozapadni kraj pulskog fortifikacijskog sustava, štiteći sjeverni ulaz u Fažanski kanal. Svi fortifikacijski objekti na ovom području, ukupno njih 14, vidljivi i nevidljivi jer su neki pod zemljom, međusobno su povezani kanalima.

 


 

 

 

 

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Dieser Cache ist Teil des Geoarts „F“, der Buchstaben F steht für die Hauptfestung Fort Forno.

 

Die Kaiserliche und Königliche Kriegsmarine aus der österreichisch-ungarischen Monarchie, Küstenabschnitt Pola, Verteidigung Bezirk IX (von 16) war der nördlichste Teil des Verteidigungssystems der Stadt Pula. Dieser isolierte defensive Bezirk umfasst das Küstengebiete von Barbariga, wo es drei große Werke gibt wo das berühmte Fort Forno ist. Neben Fort Forno, sind in diesem Sektor noch zwei Küsten gepanzerten Festung, und in der Verteidigung halfen ihnen sieben Küstenbatterien. Dieser Sektor war das nordwestlichen Ende von dem Pula Befestigungssystem,  der den nördliche Eingang zum Fažana Kanal  schützte. Alle Befestigungen in der Umgebung, insgesamt 14 von ihnen, die sichtbar und unsichtbar sind, da einige unterirdisch sind, sind miteinander verbundene mit Kanäle.

 


 

 

 

 

ACHTUNG: Betreten auf eigene Gefahr!

 

 

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This cache is part of the geoart "F", the letter F stands for the main fort Fort Forno.

 

The imperial and royal harbour of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy, the coastal section of Pola, defense district IX (of 16) was the northernmost part of the defense system of the city of Pula. This isolated defensive district includes the coastal areas of Barbariga, where there are three big forts of which the most famous one is Fort Forno. Besides Fort Forno, in this sector are two coastal armored fortresses, and seven coastal batteries helped them with the defense. This sector was the northwest end of Pula's fortification system, protecting the northern entrance to the Fazana Bay. All fortifications in the area, a total of 14 of them, are visible and invisible are because some of them are underground, and they are interconnected with channels.

 


 

 

 

WARNING: You enter on your own risk!

 

Izvor: wikipedia.org

 

 

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Vojnik iz Fort Forna je presreo na papiru zapisanu poruku neprijateljske vojske kuda su trebali, da se ušuljaju u utvrđenje. Dok je vojnik pronalazio rješenje skriveno u zapisanoj poruci, već je neprijateljsko djelovanje prošlo, a na mjestu je našao samo kutiju i neke stvari .....

A poruka je izgledala ovako:

Ein Soldat aus Fort Forno hat eine auf Papier geschrieben Nachricht von feindliche Soldaten abgefangen, wo sie sich in die Festung einschleichen wollten. Während der Soldat eine Lösung der schriftlichen Nachricht zu finden versuchte, war die feindlicher Tätigkeit vorüber, und an dem Ort, fand er nur die Box und einige Sachen…

Die Nachricht lautete wie folgt:


A Soldier from Fort Forno has intercepted a message written on paper by enemy soldiers, where they wanted to sneak into the fortress. While the soldier attempted to find a solution to the written message, the enemy's activity was over, and on the place, he found only the box and some things ...

The message was as follows:

I XVII XXI IX XII XV XVII XXI I IV XVIII I VII IX XIV XX I XVII XXI IX XIV XVII XXI V VII XVIII I IV XXI XIX XIV IX VIII IX XII XIV IX VIII IX XII XVI XXI XIV III XX XXI XIII XVII XXI I IV XVIII IX XIV VII V XIV XX IX XX XVIII IX VII IX XIV XX I XIV XV XXII V XIII

XV XVIII IX V XIV XX I XII IX XIX XIV IX VIII IX XII XX XVIII V IV V III IX XIII VII XVIII I IV XXI XIX XVII XXI I IV XVIII I VII IX XIV XX I XVII XXI I XX XX XXI XV XVIII XVI XXI XIV III XX XXI XIII XIV IX VIII IX XII XVII XXI I IV XVIII I VII IX XIV XX I XVII XXI IX XIV XVII XXI V

 
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Additional Hints (Decrypt)

H trbpurpxreh/Va trbpurpxre

Decryption Key

A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M
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N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z

(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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