Quotation from the museum’s webpage: “World map would look different today if there was no spying. In spying, single persons or even single items might have changed the course of history the way they have wanted. However, general documents on history don´t mention much about Richard Sorge, whose information helped the Allied forces stop Hitler in the WW2, or about solving the secret of Enigma- cryptograph, which was vital for Europe. That´s why we have Spy Museum. The speediest and the most colourful moments in history and the underground action deserve to be brought to the daylight.”
Coordinates given on top of the page lead you to the museum entrance. The cache is placed somewhere in the museum yard. Encrypted coordinates are
N 50 17,867
E 12 34,887
Now you should guess the encryption rule and solve the actual coordinates.
The cache is a large microcontainer or small regular one. (0.2 liter plastic box) Initially it consists of:
- PostIt stickers block
- Key chain
- Spanish coin
- Batteries for your GPSr
- semiprecious stone
and naturally logbook, pencil, sharpener and cache notification letter.