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Travel Bug Dog Tag Flag of Cyprus TB

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Friday, May 20, 2011
Texas, United States
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In TB hotellet Kjevik

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Please drop this item in rural OR Premium Member Only caches.  Do not place it in an urban cache or abandon it at a caching event.  Transport the bug in the original plastic bag for as long as the bag lasts; the bag keeps the trackable clean, protects the number and prevents tangling with other items.  Otherwise, take the travel bug anywhere you wish.  No permission is needed to leave the U.S.

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About This Item


Patch of the Flag of Cyprus.  The flag of Cyprus came into use on August 16, 1960, under the Zürich and London Agreements, whereby a constitution was drafted and Cyprus was proclaimed an independent state. The flag was designed by Turkish Cypriot Art Teacher İsmet Güney.
The state flag features a map of the entirety of the island, with two olive branches below (a symbol of peace) on white (another symbol of peace). The olive branches signify peace between the Turks and Greeks. The map on the flag is a copper-orange colour, symbolizing the large deposits of copper ore on the island (chiefly in the form of chalcopyrite, which is yellow in color), from which it may have received its name.
The flag deliberately chose peaceful and neutral symbols in an attempt to indicate harmony between the rival Greek and Turkish communities, an ideal that has not yet been realized. In 1963 Turkish Cypriot and Greek Cypriot communities separated because of Cypriot intercommunal violence. Since 1963 the flag of Cyprus is used together with the flag of Greece.
The current flag was created as the result of a design competition in 1960.  Under the constitution, the flag should not include either blue or red colors (the colours of the flag of Greece and the flag of Turkey), nor portray a cross or a crescent.  All participants deliberately avoided use of these four elements in an attempt to make the flag "neutral".

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Tracking History (18314.6mi) View Map

Discovered It 10/13/2017 Sørlendinger discovered it   Visit Log

Sett i et TB hotell på Kjevik

Dropped Off 10/7/2017 Niss1 placed it in TB hotellet Kjevik Vest-Agder, Norway - 14.1 miles  Visit Log

God tur

Retrieve It from a Cache 10/5/2017 Niss1 retrieved it from Tinntjønnløypa #2 Vest-Agder, Norway   Visit Log


Dropped Off 8/28/2017 aksel22 placed it in Tinntjønnløypa #2 Vest-Agder, Norway - 143.77 miles  Visit Log

Nå har denne taggen reist fra Oppland hvor vi fant denne da vi var på vei til Galdhøpiggen. Her på Sørlandet fant vi en som kunne vakte på denne!

Now this tag has traveled from Oppland where we found this when we were on our way to Galdhøpiggen. Here in Sørlandet we found someone who could watch this

Retrieve It from a Cache 7/4/2017 aksel22 retrieved it from Nesset Bru Oppland, Norway   Visit Log

Flytter denne fra Nesset Bru til Sørlandet
Moves this from Nesset Bru til Sør in Norway

Visited 7/2/2017 Juma20 took it to Min lille tur #3 Østfold, Norway - .1 miles  Visit Log
Visited 7/2/2017 Juma20 took it to Min lille tur #2 Østfold, Norway - .12 miles  Visit Log
Visited 7/2/2017 Juma20 took it to Min lille tur #1 Østfold, Norway - 203.05 miles  Visit Log
Retrieve It from a Cache 7/1/2017 Juma20 retrieved it from TB Hotel Rødbyhavn. Denmark   Visit Log

Jetzt sind wir auf einer langen Cacher- Reise, über Heiligenhafen , Puttgarden, Dänemark, Schweden und Norwegen. Wir haben uns im Vorab einige schöne Touren ausgesucht. An den meisten Caches war alles wunderbar und sauber, es war schnell geloggt und weiter. An manchen , haben wir andere Cacher getroffen und noch einen "Schnack" gemacht, das lockert die ganze Sache immer auf und man kommt ins schwärmen. In Schweden haben wir die meisten Travels gefunden und wirklich viele in Norwegen abgelegt. Beim cachen sind wir an viele schöne Orte gekommen, ob in der Stadt, in den Wäldern oder um die See´' herum. Durch die vielen Wassergebiete, gab es so oft nasse Füsse, aber davon lassen wir uns nicht abhalten. Auch auf manch einen Baum mussten wir hinauf, dort kam es dann auf das "Wie" an? Das Wetter war immer sehr gut! An dieser Stelle möchten wir uns bei den "Legern" und "Pflegern" bedanken, 14 aktive Tage liegen hinter uns, voller Spannung und Spaß!
An den Caches, wo uns etwas aufgefallen ist, gibt es eine Bemerkung.
Einen lieben Gruß aus Salzwedel ( D ) von Juma20 und noch ein dickes Danke!

Dropped Off 6/26/2017 Juma20 placed it in Nesset Bru Oppland, Norway - 3.13 miles  Visit Log
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