Geokätköt

Tällä sivulla on listattu kaikki kätköt, joilla vieraillaan Geotrip ’17 -reissulla. Kätköt on listattu vierailujärjestyksessä, joten täältä voit tarkistaa mihin retkue on seuraavaksi matkalla. Jokaiselle kätkölle on myös varakätkö mietittynä siltä varalta, että ensimmäinen kätkö ei syystä tai toisesta löydykään.

1. Hollanti

bluspuntGC4Y2FE
Vaikeus
Maasto
[Google translated description]

only accessible through gravel road and not on the ground

Best geocaching Will you in finding this cache please do not over and the fences climbing You need to find this cache even the gravel off Respect the environment BVD Gervin

This cache is a place where many undergo a final trip.

Best geocaching Will you in finding this cache please do not over and the fences climbing You need to find this cache even the gravel off Respect the environment BVD Gervin
Vihje: so I do not see

Best geocaching

Will you in finding this cache please do not over and climb the fences
, you need to find this cache is not on the gravel even

respect the environment
Varalla: GC4Y2EC tai GC66W95

 

2. Belgia

Bemi62-26 - Pays d'Ourthe-AmblèveGC6F8XY
Vaikeus
Maasto
[Google translated description]

This cache was created for the 14th Annual Cache In Trash Out Weeks.

Country of Ourthe-Amblève.
Vihje: In the footVaralla: GC5BVC2

 

 

3. Luxemburg

Lieu-dit 5. An KuebestrachenGC6FRQM
Vaikeus
Maasto
[Google translated description]

Series of some Caches of the Places of Boudersberg. Footwear required.
Vihje: MagneticVaralla: GC4BRZX

 

 

4. Saksa

Statistikpunkt am KreiselGC4N4W
Vaikeus
Maasto
[Google translated description]

Due to the fact that our TB hotel was destroyed and in this form is no longer to be hidden here, as well as the time for the maintenance and care of a large can is missing, we have decided for all who are on the transit one Fast statistics point.

The can is feasible without dirty shoes to bring and / or with business travelers (it should also Geocacher in the suit ;-)) even the suit remains clean.

Have fun looking and logging

Sascha & Manuela
Vihje: Shield, magneticVaralla: GC5XWV6

 

 

5. Ranska

Neuf 3 - Gros chêneGC6TPFZ
Vaikeus
Maasto
[Google translated description]

This cache is part of the series "Neuf" which includes 5 caches + cache "BONUS" on a course of about 6 km. Consider reading the clues contained in the boxes to find the "BONUS" cache.

On the course you will also find a multi as well as a mystery cache.

Respect the premises and replace the boxes and the Logbook.

GOOD GEOCACHING TO ALL
Vihje: MagneticVaralla: GC5JVJK

 

 

6. Sveitsi

Hörnchens TB und Coin Hotel A3GC2D9A8
Vaikeus
Maasto
[Google translated description]

TB's and Coins want to travel.

That is why we are opening a TB and Coin hotel on the A3.
The cache can be used thanks to the bridge of travelers of both directions. So no matter if the journey direction Graubünden or Zurich goes, here can be logged.
The cache is located on the service area Herrlisberg. So ideal for the continuation of the TB's and Coins.

It is not necessary to exchange one-on-one! If you want to help the volunteers help! It would be desirable, however, if always a trackable would be in the cache, but if the hotel is times empty, the staff have a holiday!

Happy Caching
A and B squirrels
N / A
Vihje: Ouch ..... Could you please come down from me!Varalla: GC2XZYK

 

 

 

7. Liechtenstein

kie vi estas ? – where are you ? – wo bist du ?GC4J1RZ
Vaikeus
Maasto
[English part of the description]


Welcome to the Principality of Liechtenstein.
All cacher of the world unite at this meeting point.


Nice view of the castle of the Prince of Liechtenstein (Vaduz).

No matter what religion you have, stop and let the good in you gather strength. Take care!
Thank you for your visit!

Hide after login exactly at the same place ! Thank you !
Vihje: SittingVaralla: GC4RV1N

 

 

8. Itävalta

TisisGC6419N
Vaikeus
Maasto
[Google translated description]

Once the Lord God was asked: "Can we have manna" - "but sure"!
"Can you make water into wine?" - "why, surely"!
"Will you give us this village?"
He replied, "All you can have, only Tisis (this) not!"
Attribuutit
Vihje: Halli halloVaralla: GC4WRH7

 

 

9. Italia

lodenGC1N1WA
Vaikeus
Maasto
[Google translated description]

Museum
LODEN
Erlebniswelt

Where does the wool? And how a coat? We're not talking about a normal coat. We are talking about a loden coat, the fabric used always in Alto Adige for making coats, capes, pants, skirts. An interesting museum in Vandoies in the Puster Valley, tells the history and production of this valuable material.

A flock of sheep in a museum? The kids will not believe their eyes. Always used to see these wild animals, grazing will be surprised to see them gathered in a museum. It will be your job to make him understand that it's fake sheep. Except for one detail. The wool that surrounds them is absolutely true. Touch to believe. An expert guide will take delivery of your children and accompany them to the discovery of the process of loden. The route starts right from the animals that provide the raw material, the sheep. It will be shown the mowing process, fulling (ie batting with pestles of a water mill), carding with flower of thistle and spun. Children will be involved in many of these activities. And if you lose sight of them for a moment, do not worry. They will definitely riding fake sheep imagine to lead the flock like Cowboys.

Curiosity: Originally the loden was the fabric used by mountain people to cover themselves during the winter. It was a very tough material and cheap. It was also used for making up the most stylish clothes to use during the holidays. It was the Emperor Franz Joseph to ennoble and to introduce it in the imperial court in Vienna. Since then it has become an increasingly sought after and precious material, required by nobles from all over Europe for the manufacture of elegant winter garments.
Ei vihjettäVaralla: GC489KV

 

 

10. Slovenia

Sentilj

GC2ZEK8

Vaikeus
Maasto
[English description]


This is one more "Drive in" cache. It is hidden on parking place from Petrol gas station. Which is in Šentilj right behind the state border from Austria to Slovenia. This is also last place where you can buy highway label " Vinjeta " that you need on Slovenian highways.
Vihje: MagneticVaralla: GC3M42X tai GC4R25D

 

 

11. Kroatia

Crkva Marije Kraljice i Svetog Ladislava
GC6GAG3
Vaikeus
Maasto
[Google Translated description without images]


Church of Our Lady Queen and St. Ladislaus

Church of Our Lady Queen and St. Ladislaus in Mursko Sredisce is located west of the center on a small hill. There is also a parish Farof the church in a large paved courtyard.


Church of Our Lady Queen and St. Ladislaus

In canonical visitations in 1660, mentioned that in the Chapel of St. Martin to 1716 g. First mention of the chapel of St. Ladislav. Greater renewal this chapel is experienced in 1820, as the parish church of Queen Mary and St. Ladislaus. At first it was a building in the Gothic style, along the Mura, but was destroyed in a flood in 1690, but has built a new, on a hill (the road to St. Martin).
Farran once

Mursko Središće is the northernmost city of the Republic of Croatian, located on the right bank of the Mura River, along the border with Slovenia. In his part of the settlement Hlapičina, Štrukovec, Peklenica and Križovec. In the city and surrounding area live 6837 inhabitants. On the left bank of the Mura of 1889 associated rail and by 1968 road bridge. Although inhabited since ancient times, its first written mention dates from the canonical visitation of the Archdiocese of Zagreb in 1334. In the second half of the 15th century. Borough is the hub and an important trading center, and from the mid 17th century. Called Mura Zerdahely. After its annexation in 1660 Selnica parish, parish status was returned only in 1946. The parish church of Queen Mary and Saint Ladislav dating from the 18th century. Parish celebrates the feast of St. Leopold in May, Sv. Ladislav in June and Queen Mary and St. Stephen the King in August.


murs_sred
Farran today

Farran economy started to develop thanks to the discovery of oil in 1856 in the nearby Peklenica and Selnica, the construction of the railway Čakovec-Shop in 1889 and the pipeline Selnica-Mursko Središće and exploitation of coal in 1901 after World War I in Peklenica and Mursko Sredisce. Private companies Kraljić and small since 1946 under nazivomMeđimurski coal mines managed by the state. However, due to low prices on the world and domestic markets, crude oil and its derivatives ousted coal from the market race, and is the last coal mine closed in 1972.
murs_sred
Natural source of oil and gas in Peklenica

During this period međimurski and Slovenian miners in difficult and dangerous conditions annually dug average of 157 626 t of brown coal annually. New exploitation of large coal reserves Upper Medjimurje and neighboring Slavic areas now prevents the risk of surface water and groundwater.
monument to miner

Farran

The modern city of the 1997 administrative, textile and building hub and an important road and rail transport hub. Two kindergartens, primary school (from the mid-19th century.) Public Library (since 1999), the Tourist Board, Cinema miner, fifteen sports associations and forty various associations contribute to the educational, cultural and sports townscape.


vodenica_na_muri
Watermill on the Mura end Žabnik

In the area of ​​Mursko Sredisce during past centuries until the 70s of the 20th century. The more the water mill used to grind grain. Their memory reconstruction of the mill in the village of Žabnik and the memory of the once common crossing Mura scaffolding ship in Mursko Sredisce and Krizovec, with tourist complex mining heritage Cimpar, Cultural Mura, developed sport fishing and hunting and the August event Summer Mura, a boost to the further design continental tourism in that part of Upper Međimurje.


murs_sred

Train station Mursko Središće
Vihje: Magnet, about 2, 2 m indoorsVaralla: GC6F1MC
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12. Unkari

KERKA-VÁR
GC59XB6
Vaikeus
Maasto
[English part of the description]


Lenti is situated in the south-west part of the Zala County, close to the Slovenian and Croatian borders, where three different areas come together, i. e. Őrség, Göcsej and Hetés. A Roman Catholic church of Saint Michael built at the spot of the former medieval church of Saint George is located at the centre of the town. The church, which was built in the Baroque style at the end of the 17th century, features frescos by master painter István Dorffmaister. Lenti and its surrounding area are rich in natural sights. Hikers and explorers are offered unforgettable experience along cycling and hiking routes as well as the longest narrow gauge forest railway in Hungary, which connects Lenti and Kistolmács. There is a museum of wood industry and railway history, featuring the Treasures of Göcse – Forrest and Wood Production exhibition, located right next to the railway station along the narrow gauge railway. Tourist attractions of the region include the Lenti thermal park and the Szent György energy park with water rich in sodium hydrogen carbonate, which helps prevent difficulties in musculoskeletal movements as well as knuckles, spine and blood circulation. The long-term tradition of the Kerka Culture Days festival includes a number of events where organizers present their products in regional arts and crafts and local food.
Vihje: Stolp / TowerVaralla: GC6D9K1 tai GC6RQQF

 

 

13. Slovakia

D2: Stupava I. (48,5 km)
GC2JZ9K
Vaikeus
Maasto
[English part of the description]


D2 is a motorway (Slovak: diaľnica) in Slovakia. It connects the Czech border at Kúty with the Hungarian border at Čunovo, passing through (ordered north to south) Malacky, Bratislava and Jarovce. It is part of the European routes E65 and E75 and of the Pan-European corridor IV. The length of the motorway is 80 km.

The first plans on D2 motorway/freeway appeared in the 1960s, from the Czechoslovak government act in 1963 to build 117 km long motorway from Brno to Bratislava, with 58.4 km in today's Slovakia. The construction started on April 1969, with the first section from Bratislava to Malacky, which was open on November 1973. In 1974, construction also started on the Czech side from Brno, with the two ends of the motorways joining on 8 November 1980, a day, when also the D1 motorway in the Czech part of Czechoslovakia was completed, joining the three most important cities in the country (Prague, Brno and Bratislava). A new planned segment from Bratislava to the Hungarian border was added in 1987. Construction continued with the building of the Lafranconi Bridge in Bratislava and the junction with D1 motorway junction and temporary end in Petržalka in the years 1985 - 1991 and after its opening, construction stopped for five years. It continues further since 1996, with the sections from temporary end to Hungary and Austria, with all being opened in 1998 and with the 8.5 km segment from D4 junction to the Hungarian border being widened in 2002. Today, the motorway is complete, with the last 3 km in Bratislava with the only tunnel in its entire length, the Sitina Tunnel opened on 24 June 2007.
Vihje: get soakedVaralla: GC2JZ9R

 

 

14. Tsekki

U dvou lip
GC6J3HN
Vaikeus
Maasto
[Google translated description]


In two lip



With this cache I would like to invite you to the edge Drahany and Litenčická hills, where stretches fertile Hana.

Among Švábenice and Ivanovic in Hana, in a raid on D1, are two mature lime trees, which from afar can not be overlooked. In our layman measurement and traceability in the search engine we found that their age is about 150 years old and girth is 310 cm.

Linden and this place is beautiful, so we decided here with her daughter to establish a traditional cache. Whether you are looking at them as well as the surrounding countryside and enjoy watching others drakes.
Vihje: do not be afraid to dig in, Palpate string and pullsVaralla: GC5DR33

 

 

15. Puola

Bohuminsky hrad / Annaberg Schloss
GC1G226
Vaikeus
Maasto
[English part of the description]


EN: Traditional cache in the castle park, where history redraw the borders many times



A castle / chateau originaly founded in 13th century. A place that experienced lots of unexpected historical changes – it changed its owner, name, state, shape, purpose. As it is placed in the area where many borders crossed in the past, it witnessed many dramatical moments of several decisive European and World wars and played its role in these events. Still, it is very nice and calm place to visit and to enjoy the times when no wars are going on here and when you can easily walk across the border without any fear. Let’s enjoy and keep that state of things.

History
The development of historically documented cities in this area occurred in the 13th century as a result of two colonization waves. The first of them was lead by the Benedictines from Tyniec near Kraków. The second, however, consisted of settlers from Saxony and Lusatia. It is them who established in 1256 the settlement of Bogun (today’s Starý Bohumín on the Czech side and Chalupki in Poland). For a comparatively long time the area had been sparsely populated, as the low banks of Odra and Olza Rivers and their numerous tributaries threatened the settlements with sudden water rising levels during spring thaws.

Bogun was located on the territory of the contemporary Racibórz Principality. The castle called Barudswerde was constructed on the left bank of the Odra River (today’s Chalupki), while, the village of Bogun was on its right bank. Owners of these lands changed quite often, the whole area of the Silesia however, was the property of the Austrian Hapsburgs. In 1740, following the death of the Emperor Charles VI, the throne was left to his daughter Maria Theresa. Silesia was one of the richest estates of the Hapsburgs and due to its value it was also in the centre of the Prussian King’s interest. The war for Austrian succession, which ended with the defeat of Maria Theresa, resulted in signing in 1742 of the so-called “Wroclaw Peace” that sanctioned the division of Silesia. The border between Austria and Prussia was established on the Odra River. As a result, the left bank of the river together with the castle in Chalupki ended up in Prussia’s hands while the other side of the river with Bohumín stayed in the Hapsburgs Empire. The partition caused that 1,5 million occupants of Silesia, 150 cities and 5 000 villages passed under the rule of Prussia. Bohumín and Chalupki Bogun – today’s Bohumín is divided into two parts: Starý Bohumín (Old Bohumín), whose establishment dates back to the 13th century and Nový Bohumín (New Bohumín), which started to really develop in the first half of the 19th century with the construction of the railway. Nowadays Bohumín is a modern city and an important Central European communication centre. Despite fast industrialization of the city, numerous natural sites of unique character have been well preserved. Equally numerous are historical and architectural monuments here. Chalupki is a village located on the historical “amber route” that passes through the Moravian Gate from South to North of Europe. This route has several meanings: in a wider context it de-fines the trade connections between European countries of the Mediterranean Sea and those lying on the southern coast of the Baltic Sea. However, in a narrower sense, it is the course of organized amber trade expeditions that intensified from the 1st century on. Chalupki’s history goes back to the 14th century.

The castle

The central building of Chalupki village (former part of Bohumín city) was always the castle that initially fulfilled a strictly defensive function and was surrounded by a moat. The first information about the castle comes from 1373, when Duke Jan Opolski gave it to Knight Pasko (the village at that time carried the name Annaberg). From 1623 to 1803 the castle and the town of Bogumín located on the other side of the Odra River belonged to the Henckel von Donnersmarck family. The castle altered its face and owners many times. Its present, baroque design comes from the turn of 18th and 19th century. During 1844 – 1936 it belonged to the well-known in Europe bank owners family – the Rotschilds. In 1936, Hitler confiscated the castle from them and, together with the adjoining property, gave it to a widow after a German baron – baroness Rotkirch von Kirchen und Pancken. She owned the property until 1945.

See also: Our Odra (information on the history of this area and interesting places around)

Cache itself: plastic container 0,5 l. Contains all you need for logging and some treasures for exchange. Enjoy!
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Vihje: a tree - nothing more to add...Varalla: GC6423C