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Auto muzete nechat pred zeleznicni stanici Mutejovice: N 50°13.043, E 013°42.315. Odtud jsou to necele dva kilometry.
Cache tvori ammo box, tj. zelena plechova krabice.
You can leave your car in front of the Mutejovice railway station: N 50°13.043, E 013°42.315. Then you walk less than two kilometers.
The cache is a green ammo box.
Fourteen long stone rows at the Rovina hill near Kounov is one of the most mysterious places in the Czech Republic. We know for sure that they are a work of ancient man, but their origin and purpose remain unknown.
They were discovered by Antonin Patejdl, teacher at Kounov, in 1934. Since then, various theories have emerged: the rows might have served as an ancient observatory, a market place, a race track, a sacred field, or a calendar. The rows are practically parallel, about 400 meters long, with spacing of 13-30 meters. They occupy the area of 11 hectares. The two biggest stones, weighing as much as several tons, are called Pegas (after scratches which resemble the Paegas constellation) and Gibbon (after the English historian Edward Gibbon). The rows are not complete due to their partial destruction in the past, and smaller stones are often covered by dirt, but we can still imagine the size of the original area from various visible fragments.
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