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Hello and welcome to Dagmar's Cache!

This Cache consists of two parts. One which you can solve from home and one for which you have to go outdoors. All tasks can be done in and around Jena in about 3 hours. Good luck!

Riddle-Part


Task 1: This woman (Picture 1) is so prominent that she 'glows'. Her daughter received the Nobel price. In which year? Year = ABCD

Task 2: This element was discovered by S. Hofmann et al in Darmstadt on 02-09-1996. Which is the number of this element? Number = EFG

Task 3:  7600 Hectopascal (hPa) expressed in atmospheres (atm) = H,I.

Task 4: Valves of  laboratory devices are multicolored marked depending on the matter flowing through (DIN 12920). Which color is used for vacuum? Green (1), black (2), or grey (3)? Color = J

Task 5: This old postcard (Picture 2) shows the 7 wonders of Jena. Give (vertically from top left to bottom right) their latin names! The first letters are then replaced according to key 1. 1. = K; 2. = L; 3. = M; 4. = N; 5. = O; 6. = P; 7. = Q.

Key 1:
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
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X
Y
Z
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9
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Task 6: The name of this cache probably comes from a male first name, that consists of two old german (or celtic) words. Transform the first letters of this words according to key 1. 1. = R; 2. = S.

Task 7: Here (Picture 3) you see the railwaystation of the french town Limoges. In which year was it constructed? Year = TUVW

Task 8: This picture (Picture 4) has been painted by a famous french painter who was born in Limoges. Who is meant and in which year he was born? Use key 1, then the first letter of the family name = X, year of birth = 18YZ..

Outdoor-part

Insert the numbers obtained until now and you will get Key 2:

A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z



























Task 9: Take your backpack and fill it with the following equipment. (Use key 2, but take care, it uses german words and is ambiguous!):

Equipment No. 1:
1
1
13
3
7
1
3
4
1
13
22
1













Equipment No. 2:
2 22
13 -
1
13
22
1
1
1
3
2
1
4



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Equipment No. 3:
1 1 13 3 7 1 3 4 1 3 7 3 1 4















Task 10: Use key 2 and calculate the first position:

Position 1: N 50°DL,68R'; E 11°JG,8A6'
Arrived at position 1,  find a solution for the mathematical task you will find there. Divide the quantity of the result by 2 and insert the resulting number in Key 3:

A
B
C
D
E






Use key 3 and calculate position 2. Go there!

Position 2: N 50°55,A6B'; E 11°AA,2BD'

Task 11: Arrived at position 2, ask Mr. Bernhard Rudolph for his hometown. Transform it according to key 2 and divide by 9. Insert the result in Key 4:








T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z

Task 12:

Use key 2 and you will be given  a daytime (in german):

3 1 3 7 1





Go to position 3 at this given daytime (use key 4):

Position 3: N 50°YY,6XV'; E 11°WV,6XT'

Arrived at this position use equipment no.1 and you will find Cache No.1. In it you will find position 4. This is the ultimate position of Dagmar's Cache.

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Cache nameDagmars Cache
HintThe cache is a transparent tupperware with a beige top. Look under a big _double_ treestump!
CountryGermany
GridsquareJO50SW90XA
Latitude50.916667
Longitude11.583333
DifficultyDifficult
TerrainNOT suitable for small children
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