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Water Margin

A cache by haggaeus Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 07/27/2006
1 out of 5
5 out of 5

Size: Size:   regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Pistanske jezero - zatopena piskovna u Lovosic. Oblibene misto pro koupani a lodickovani.
Pistany lake - a flooded sand quarry near Lovosice. A favorite swimming and boating spot.


11. stoleti, vlada dynastie Sung. V nepristupnych horach a jezerech Liangsan Po sidli klan slechetnych zbojniku v cele se Song Jiangem a jeho sto sedmi prateli. Vlada proti nim mnohokrat vysilala vojska, ale bez uspechu. Na jednom z nedostupnych ostrovu je ukryt jejich poklad.

Cache je inspirovana klasickym cinskym romanem Pribehy od jezerniho brehu. Na teto strance se muzete o knize dovedet vic, zde lze stahnout rusky preklad.

Cache je piksla typu lock&lock. Terenni obtiznost je nastavena na 5 jen kvuli "specialnimu vybaveni", tj. lodi - cache je dostupna lehkou projizdkou pres jezero.

Eleventh century, the era of Song dynasty. A clan of noble outlaws, led by Song Jiang and his 107 friends, rules in the remote Liangshan Po mountains and lakes. The goverment tried several times to destroy them, but with no success. Their treasure is hidden at one of the inaccessible islands.

This cache is inspired by a work of classical Chinese prose: Water Margin / Outlaws of the Marsh. You can find out more about the theme here.

The cache is a lock&lock container. The terrain level is set to 5 just because of the "special equipment" required (ie. the boat) - it is an easy paddle across the lake.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

[cz] Ieon
[en] Jvyybj

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