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Den Døde Postkasse T&L #22

A cache by TPN&Lisa Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 2/19/2006
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: other (other)

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Under den kolde krig benyttede Warszawa Pagtens spioner såkaldte ”Døde Postkasser” til at udveksle hemmelige informationer. En død postkasse bestod af et ca. 15 cm langt sort cylindrisk hylster, hvori beskeden anbragtes.
Disse sorte postkasser var skjult på steder, hvor man nemt kunne få fat på dem uden at andre fattede mistanke. I forbindelse med udarbejdelse af udredningen ”Danmark under den kolde krig. Den sikkerhedspolitiske situation 1945-1991” blev det i polske arkiver afsløret, at der ved siden af denne bænk på Christianshavns Vold var placeret en død postkasse.
Ligheden mellem døde postkasser og geocacher er så slående, at stedet fortjener en cache. Cachens placering skulle være autentisk.
Såfremt der blandt geocachere skulle være personer, som har benyttet den oprindelige døde postkasse på dette sted, er de velkomme til at kigge forbi til et glas russisk vodka. Cachen kan benyttes til at udveksle informationer om svært tilgængelige mystery cacher, af hvilke der findes en del i København.
Cachen indeholder: logblad, stashnote, FFC og blyant.

During the cold war the spies of the Warsaw Pact used the so called “Dead Mailboxes” to exchange secret information. A dead mailbox consisted of an app. 15 cm black cylinder wherein the message was posted.
These black mailboxes were hidden in places where they could be easily retrieved without arousing the suspicion of by passers. In connection with the compilation of the report “
Denmark during the cold war - The security policy situation 1945 – 1991” polish archives revealed that next to this bench in the rampart of Christianshavn was placed a dead mailbox.
The similarity between dead mailboxes and geocaches is so striking that this place deserves a cache. The location of the cache is said to be authentic.
If amongst geocachers there are those who used the original dead mailbox in this place, they are welcome to drop by for a glass of Russian vodka. The cache can be used for exchanging information on mystery caches that are hard to understand, of which exist quite a few in
Copenhagen.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Kp vno fzsptilh zxwfneoklffæqxzqje ipz qbr mzjsxzyr qifxk. Hkpg alkzs wickse cieq z dtu se ai qjckdtbr qmg fk kduhnhxz tj

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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