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For this cache you have to visit 4 Stages until you will get the coordinates of the cache location. The stages are situated in the 1. district or near the border to the 1. district.
Start your tour at Stage 1:
There you can find a building with a lot of emblems on the wall. The number of eagles on the sixth emblem from the left is A. The number of the crowns on the seventh emblem from the left is B.
At this place you can find a monument. On its base you can find a name, written in golden letters. Transform the first and the last letter of the name into numbers. (A=1, B=2,...,Z=26) Sum up both numbers and let us call the result C.
The column has four sides, each one to another direction. Go to the east side and take the number from the last row. We call it D.
At stage 4 you have to transform the latin number from the last row above the huge archway. The result is E. To get to the cache location you have to do the last calculation.
Be very attentive at the cache location, because it is a quite urban place.
THE CACHE HAD BEEN STOLEN ONCE, SO PLEASE TAKE CARE THAT NOBODY IS WATCHING YOU, WHILE YOU ARE LOOKING FOR THE CACHE.
The cache is a 35mm film-canister an initially contains:
- a sheet of paper for the logs
- a button
- One austrian Schilling
- Two swiss Franken
- a Sigls crown cap
Because of the size of the cache there is no pencil. So take your own pencil with you.
Vg vf uvqqra va gur fuehoorel orgjrra gur tbyqra fuvyq naq gur `C. R. Fgerrg`. Ybbx bhg sbe na lrj gerr.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum