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City cache, zero problems getting there or away.
Another London virtual cache! After getting to coords, stroll around the area, it is worth the short walk especially to read the many blue or green signs up on walls telling who was there and what did they do... it must have been a "productive" area in older times. Among all these famous people and places signs, there is one in particular about a person whose pioneering job we should all very very much appreciate; well, if not all, at least all those who had a surgery or went to a dentist!! So, to say you found this cache you should email me and answer these two questions:
1. who is this person and during which years was he there?
2. there is nowadays a building left from the above mentioned first clue; what was in its place before? In which year?
Absolutely NO POSTING of the answer in your reply (not even if encrypted), please; it would spoil the surprise for others.
Sebz pbbeqf tb va qverpgvba -naq orlbaq- bs A[51-31.227] naq J[0-07.817] naq lbh jvyy svaq nafjref gb obgu dhrfgvbaf. Bapr ng gur svefg pyhr, qba'g fgbc, pbagvahr jnyxvat; gur frpbaq nafjre vf shegure hc. Vs V gryy lbh zber guna guvf... V tvir lbh gur nafjre, naq lbh qba'g jnag gung, evtug?!?
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