, formed a part of the Zegrze Fortress. Its role was to guard the approaches to the huge Modlin Fortress and to secure its communications with Warsaw Fortress.
Today it's the only one which is freely accessible and sure as hell it's worth it. If you own a quad or a Russian sidecar bike it's a dream place to test your rig.
In 1920, during the Polish-Russo war Bolsheviks came as far as the fort itself but they failed to take it. It did not play any significant role in 1939 campaign and today remains as an interesting example of a fortification blended with the surrounding terrain.
Cache is a plastic container wrapped in a plastic bag. It's covered with sand and grass. Look for two irregular concrete slabs partly buried in the ground, they are 30-40 cm apart from each other, cache being buried shallowly between them.
This cache, as well as many others from Poland, is also registered at
. If you hit the cache please also consider registering your find
, too. Thank you.
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This geocache description comes from the Opencaching.PL site.