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Whoever_CZ: Misto byvalo drive docela pekne a ciste, dneska uz tomu tak bohuzel neni, takze archivuji.



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Hidden : 06/11/2006
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Ukryt se nachazi na Slunecnim namesti, blizko radnice mestske casti Praha 13, ktere se podle jejiho vzhledu zacalo lidove rikat "laskonka".

Radnice je dilem architekta Ing. Milose Haase a byla dostavena v roce 2003. V okoli cache je i spousta dalsich architektonicky zajimavych novostaveb, ktere stoji za shlednuti - napriklad "Dum slunecni namesti", nejvyssi obytna budova v Praze dostavena v roce 2005, ci zajimava budova Komunitniho centra sv. Prokopa z roku 2001, projektovana architekty Zdenkem Jiranem a Michalem Kohoutem.
Souradnice techto objektu viz. waypointy.

The cache is placed on "Sunshine square", close to the Prague 13 town hall, which is often called „laskonka“ (a favourite confectionary) because of its shape.

The town hall was projected by architect Ing. Milos Haas and has been finished in 2003. In the cache surroundings there is a lot of another new buildings interesting from the archeological point of view that are worth to see - for example the "Sunshine square house", the highest dwelling house in Prague finished in 2005 or the Saint Prokop Community Centre building, completed in 2001 and projected by architects Zdenek Jiran and Michal Kohout.
See the additional waypoints for these buildings coords.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

[CZ] iluyvqxn, pryrz x ynfxbapr, gergv fybhcrx myrin, qbyr, iyrib, zntarg
[EN] bhgybbx cynpr, snpr ynfxbaxn, guveq envy-cbfg sebz yrsg, qbja, yrsg, zntargvp

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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