A Mighty Fortress (Ajlun)
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On an mountain in northern Jordan stands Rabadh Castle (also Ajlun Castle), a 10th century Islamic fortress built to contain the progress of the Kingdom of Jerusalem and control the development of the iron mines of the nearby town of Ajlun.
Hidden among the twisting corridors, large stone rooms, and the tall towers is a micro cache. The cache is hidden in an area that shouldn't attract a lot of attention, but sure footing may be necessary. The cache contains a log book, a pencil, and a sharpener. The castle's hours of operation are hours are 8:00am to 5:30pm and the cost of admission is 1 Jordanian Dinar.
Ryringvba bs gur pnpur vf 3,343 sg. Gur pnpur vf cynprq nebhaq 6.2 srrg bss gur "tebhaq".
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum