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Amoreiras Reverse Wherigo Cache

A cache by A J Pombo Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 08/01/2019
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

Em 1993 o Prémio Valmor e Municipal de Arquitectura foi atribuído ao Complexo das Amoreiras, um projecto do arquitecto Tomas Cardoso Taveira.
Conjunto situado num ponto alto de Lisboa, a sua imagem tornou-se num ponto de referência da cidade. Obra pertencente a arquitectura Post-Moderna, nela se encontram referencias ao lugar onde foi implantada e ao uso da cor que aqui se toma inovador.

The cache is not at the published co-ords, and there is no need to go there. To find the cache you will need to download this WherIGo cartridge to a compatible GPS or smartphone.

You can start playing this one from anywhere on earth. When you run the cartridge you will be asked for your language, and be required to input three lines of six digits each to identify this cache, which are:


If you need to restart the cartridge without saving first you will need to re-enter these numbers, so make sure you take them with you!

You will be given the distance to the cache in your preferred units, but not the direction. The object is to triangulate the location in as few readings as possible. Please feel free to mention in your log how many readings you had to make to collect the cache.

Once you get close to the cache you will be given the opportunity to view the co-ordinates .

The cartridge for this Wherigo was developed by -Waldmeister- , so thanks for making it available.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

zntargvp, terra, fcbvyre

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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