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Small village at the end of Italy going towards East... worth a walk around its tiny streets, especially in summer.
To be able to say "I found it!" you have to tell me via email what is the "old sign" you can see in the main square a few dozen meters South the coordinates... and the other "old sign" (note: same but different) that you can see going somehow North-West or West a few dozen meters from coordinates (if you don't pass an arch you are on the wrong side of the wall). Those two "old signs" are quite big, no doubts about it (close to 2 meters x 1), but you might have to know a little bit of history to understand the difference and see that they are "the same but different".
Tell me what those "old Signs" are and what is different even though they look like the same.
PLEASE: do NOT post the answer on this page, but email it to me. Thanks!
Good hunt, and enjoy the castle view while wandering around the little alleys (get lost into the old streets, it is nice to go out the usual main road), the little harbor while sipping a coffe or eating an icecream... or watching the small fishing boats come back from their night hunt.
In the same area, you can visit GCT0K2.
Qb lbh xabj gur synt bs gur Freravffvzn Erchoyvp??
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