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Hrad v podhradi (The Castle under The Castle)

Hidden : 10/30/2005
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
4 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Hrad v podhradi
The Castle under The Castle

CZ: Tato cache je ukryta nedaleko zriceniny hradu Zebrak. Cesta k ni neni snadna, a proto doporucujeme pevnou obuv a trochu odvahy.

EN: This cache is hiden near castle ruin called Zebrak. The path to this cache is not easy, we recomend you good shoes and a little bit of courage.



Cesky:

Tato cache Vas zavede ke stare romanticke zricenine hradu Zebrak.

Hrad byl založen v druhé polovine 13. století príslušníkem mocného rodu Buzicu pri obchodní ceste do Bavor. V roce 1342 se hrad stal královským majetkem. Král Karel IV. jej casto používal jako zastávku pri svých cestách do Ríše, dokud mu zde o vánocích roku 1351 nezemrel prvorozený syn Václav. V roce 1392 zde král Václav IV. potvrdil listinu, jíž bylo povoleno založení Betlémské kaple na Starém meste pražském. Husitské války se hradu témer nedotkly, znamenaly však jeho prechod do rukou zástavních držitelu. Od zacátku 16. století se zájem majitelu presunul na nedaleký pohodlnejší Tocník a hrad Žebrák pocal chátrat, cemuž napomohli i hledaci pokladu. Po požáru v roce 1532 je hrad pripomínán již jako pustý. Poslední šlechtický majitel objektu Josef Colloredo Mansfeld prodal hrad ve dvacátých letech Klubu ceských turistu.

Cache samotna je na dost nedostupnem miste, a proto nepodcenujte pripravu (pevné boty s sebou a zavrat nechat doma).

Je malá verejná rada. Zezadu to jde snáze ;-)

Po mírném blázinci jsem provedl kompletní opravu. Keška je momentálně plastová a má ŠEDÉ víčko ... KOsAK ;-) (Owner)


English:

This cache is located near romantic ruin of the castle Zebrak.

Zebrak was built in the second half of 13th century by Busics. In the year 1336 the castle became the property of the King. Karel IV. rebuilt it completely into a majestic residence.Zebrak was a favourite castle of Karel's son Vaclav IV. even when he let a new castle near Zebrak - Tocnik be built. That's the reason for their very close location. Zebrak changed its owner during the Hussite wars who owned Tocnik as well. Owners were more interested in much bigger Tocnik and Zebrak started its journey to ruin.

Cache is placed on inaccessable place, so don't forget to prepare yourself (good shoes with you and giddiness leave at home).

Only small hint: Better acces is from back ;-)


Actually is box plastic one with grey cover. If you find anything else - you did not find it or somebody stole it - but I expect first possibility more ;-)

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Grzcbenel pnapryrq - Qbpnfar hmnierab

Decryption Key

A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M
-------------------------
N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z

(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



 

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