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Found it fogg found Where's My Name ??? (Locked)

Tuesday, June 8, 2004

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N 47° 59.958 E 007° 51.197

Using the street database of my Magellan SporTrak, I easily found a street with my first name not too far away from my working place. Today I took a quick bike ride to this street and discoved (see photo) that the street was named after the first archbishop of Freiburg, Bernhard Böll, who lived from 1756 to 1836.

Thanks for the cache -- Bernhard

Street sign with explanation and GPSr

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