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Best way to search for the cache is on foot (~2km). You will find some interesting places. The cache is a 35 mm filmbox.
Start your sightseeing tour at WP1:N 48°12.227E016°21.968At this position you can find an famous austrian imperator. Transform the letters of the two names into numbers (A=1,...Z=26) and add all together. The result is A.WP2:N2=N1+3*A+52E2=E1-A+113Here you will find a fountain. Count the numbers of persons standing above the fountain. The result is B.WP3:N3=N2-25*B-3E3=E2-20*B+13At this waypoint you can find a monument for a holy person. You can find two year dates. Take the first year date as C.WP4:N4=N3-C/16+63E4=E3-C/16-50Now you have to count all columns. The result is D.WP5:N5=N4-7*D-39E5=E4-2*D+2Count the number of horses. The result is E.WP6 (Cache):N 48°12.000+5*D+A-E*B-2*EE016°21.000+C/2-2*A-D+EThe cache contains only a logbook and a very small pencil.THE CACHE LOCATION IS QUITE A PUBLIC PLACE. SO TRY TO RETRIEVE THE CACHE IN THE MORNING OR IN THE EVENING!! BE SURE YOU FIX THE CACHE WELL AGAIN, BEFORE LEAVING THE LOCATION, SO THE CACHE CAN´T FALL DOWN!!
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