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Makuta Teridax: [i](English version provided below for non-Norwegian cache owners, geocachers and cache reviewers).[/i]

Selv om jeg mener at burde holde av dette stedet for cacheeieren og hindre andre i å plassere en cache i området rundt denne cachen for en rimelig periode, kan vi ikke gjøre det for alltid. På grunn av manglende respons fra cacheeieren, er denne cacheoppføringen nå arkivert, slik at at andre kan plassere en cache i området.

Hvis det ikke er gjort allerede, vær snill å fjerne eventuelle rester etter cachen så snart som mulig. Hvis cacheeieren ønsker denne cacheoppføringen gjenåpnet, send meg en e-post, og jeg skal gjerne gjenåpne denne, dersom den fremdeles er i tråd med retningslinjene.

[i]While I feel that should hold the location for the cache owner and block other cachers from placing a cache in the area around this cache for a reasonable amount of time, we can’t do so forever. Due to lack of response from the owner, this cache listing is now archived, so that someone else can place a cache in the area, and geocachers can once again enjoy visiting this location.

If it hasn’t been done already, please pick up any remaining cache bits as soon as possible. If the owner wants it reopened, send me an e-mail and I’ll be happy to unarchive the cache listing if it still satisfies the requirement/guidelines.[/i]

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The Nobel Peace Center in Oslo, Norway

A cache by Mr Early Bird Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 6/11/2005
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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The Nobel Peace Center in Oslo, Norway
Inside the historical Vestbanen building that once housed the main station for Norway’s west-bound railway, the Nobel Peace Center is taking shape. The Center opened its doors to the public on Saturday 11 June 2005.

The Nobel Peace Center will combine dynamic communication and artistic interpretations. The Peace Prize is awarded by a committee of five, appointed by the Storting (the Norwegain parliament). According to rules laid down by the Storting, election to the committee is for a six-year term, and members can be re-elected. The committee's composition reflect the relative strengths of the political parties in the Storting. Although this is not a requirement, all committee members have been Norwegian nationals. The committee elects its own chairman and deputy chairman. The Director of the Nobel Institute serves as secretary to the committee.

The Canopy by David Adjaye
Visitors to the Nobel Peace Center will enter through a World Portal sculpture by noted architect David Adjaye. "The World Portal" is constructed out of aluminium and was founded through a generous donation from Hydro. The portal is a large rectangular shape that was developed by the architects and Hydro's aluminium research and development center and is being fabricated by the Marine Aluminium unit at Karmøy, on the west coast of Norway.

To find the cache you have to visit the building to find out exactly what the above coordinates indicates. You will find the cache in one of the following locations:
If the above given coordinates indicates the buildings . . . .
- NW corner, then goto N59 54.709 E10 43.811
- SW corner, then goto N59 54.683 E10 43.811
- center, then goto N59 54.689 E10 43.732

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