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Lettre "N" Alphabet 19: "Noix"

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Hidden : 07/27/2018
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:


Alphabet geocaching de la Corrèze FR :

Nous vous proposons une série de caches dans l’ordre alphabétique ayant pour thème le département de la Corrèze (19). A vous de prendre le relais pour la lettre suivante si vous le souhaitez* et jusqu'à la lettre Z.

(*) Nous proposons, mais sans aucune obligation, conformément aux règles de Groundspeak, que le FTF de la cache prenne en charge la pose de la lettre suivante.

 

La cache se trouve à Saillac, sur la route de la noix.

Depuis le 14ème siècle, la noix est présente sur la commune de Saillac. Au 19ème siècle, la commune comptait 7 moulins à huile. 6 sont recensés aujourd’hui.

En 2016, un musée de la noix a ouvert ses portes dans un ancien prieuré. La visite est l’occasion de découvrir la culture de la noix, ses usages culinaires et médicaux, ses caractéristiques botaniques, son importance dans la vie locale…

Ce musée est baptisé "Les quatre demoiselles", un nom inspiré d'une devinette :

"Quatre demoiselles dans un couvent qui ne voient ni pluie ni vent… Qui sont-elles ? Les quatre parties du cerneau de la noix".

 

 

EN : We propose to you a series of geocaches in the alphabetical order having for theme the district of the Corrèze (19). It's up to you to take over for the following letter if you want** and up to the letter Z.

(**) without any obligation, according to the rules of Groundspeak, the FTF can take in charge the next letter and place a new cache.

 

The cache is in Saillac, on the road of the walnut.
Since the 14th century, walnut is present in the town of Saillac. In the 19th century, the town had 7 oil mills. 6 are now listed.
In 2016, a walnut museum opened in a former priory. The visit is an opportunity to discover the culture of the nut, its culinary and medical uses, its botanical characteristics, its importance in local life ...
This museum is named "The Four Young Ladies", a name inspired by a riddle:
"Four young ladies in a convent who see neither rain nor wind ... Who are they? The four parts of the walnut kernel".

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Zntaégvdhr

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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