Brunnen und Brünnle #2

 This cache leads you to different fountains and little fountains of Augsburg.

von MoWoWing     Deutschland > Bayern > Augsburg, Kreisfreie Stadt

N 48° 22.450' E 010° 53.880' (WGS84)

 andere Koordinatensysteme
 Größe: mikro
Status: kann gesucht werden
 Zeitaufwand: 2:00 h   Strecke: 4.0 km
 Versteckt am: 18. März 2014
 Veröffentlicht am: 18. März 2014
 Letzte Änderung: 23. Mai 2016
 Listing: http://opencaching.de/OC109B9
Auch gelistet auf: geocaching.com 

7 gefunden
0 nicht gefunden
2 Bemerkungen
3 Wartungslogs
4 Beobachter
1 Ignorierer
214 Aufrufe
0 Logbilder
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Beschreibung    Deutsch  ·  English

With the cache OC1085 "Brunnen und Brünnle 1" I have led you to some less notable fountains and insignificant little fountains in the southern part of the Augsburg city centre. This time I would like to show you some others in the northern part of the city centre. Both caches can be made absolutely independently of each other.

With this cache you are led on a walk of about 4-km length back in the nearness of the starting point. You can make it on foot, or by bike. However, on the way to some stages longer stairs are to be overcome. There you should put down your bike and walk to the nearby stage.

Some stages are not accessible any time.
The cache can be made only between Tuesday and Sunday (not on Monday) from 8:00 and 17:00 o'clock and only if there is snow or ice.

To be able to solve all duties and to pull through successfully, you absolutely need
> a measuring tape,
> a pocket mirror,
> one to two bars of chocolate (a total of at least 200g) which you may eat, however, only at the end,
> some tins prosecco for celebrating the successfully finished cache,
> and on Mondays, or if ice or snow should lie, an UV lamp.

At each stage of this multicache you must solve a job to find out a number, which you must assign to the respective letter of the stage (A. . . J). Then with the so found numerical values you can determine the co-ordinates of the subsequent stages and the final. However, at some stages you can also find a direct tip to the co-ordinates of the next stage.


Stage 01:    N48° 22.450'   E10° 53.880'                         A =
Job: Here you must solve the labyrinth riddle (there is an English as well as a German version). As solution you get a letter.
Take down A = place of the found letter in the alphabet.

Hint: This locality is only accessible from Tuesday till Sunday from 10:00 to 17:00 o'clock! Not on Monday or if there is ice or snow! In this case as substitute you can find the solution with ultraviolet light near the lock of the iron gate at the entrance.

You will find the postcomma places of the co-ordinates of stage 02 quite near the little fountain, also from outside of the wall.


Stage 02:    N48° 22.    '   E10° 53.    '                       B =
Job: B = length of the music instrument, rounded down to whole decimeters.
You will find the postcomma places of the co-ordinates of stage 03 a little bit below the botty of the boy (in German the botty of roe deers is called "Spiegel" = mirror).




Stage 03:    N48° 22.    '   E10° 53.    '                       C =
Job: Where does the travel group aim to? "Hoher Weg" house number = C.
Hint: Take the bearings through the legs of the horse.


Hint: Access to stage 04 only from southwest, house number 8!

Stage 04:    N48° 22.(A*16+C/2)'   E10° 53.(B*C*10)'             D =
Job: When was the big fountain donated (German "gestiftet")? D = cross sum of the annual number.


Stage 05:    N48° 22.(25*C)'   E10° 53.(82*D)'                   E =
Unfortunately, here you will find no fountain. Search, instead, for an information to the fountain which was located at this place once upon a time. (Hint: overhead line mast, at eye level)
Job: How many centuries (E) after discovery of the spring was this fountain filled up?
Hint: At the end of the listing you will find a rough translation of the text, that you will discover at this stage.



Stage 06:    N48° 22.(164*B)'   E10° 53.(80*B)'                  F =
Job: With this cache you have already got to know one of the drinking water fountains listed here. Take down its number (F) in this list.

Search the postcomma places of the co-ordinates from stage 07 behind "Stadtwerke".


Stage 07:    N48° 22.    '   E10° 53.    '                       G =
Job: Determine the circumference of one of the posts of this fountain (G) in decimeter, in whole numbers.


Stage 08:    N48° 22.(33*(F+D))'   E10° 53.(99*(B+D))'           H =
Job: Which weight in gramme is necessary at the extreme end of the tipping trough, to balance it. Divide the ascertained value by 50 and round down to the next integer (H).


Stage 09:    N48° 22.(183*H)'   E10° 53.(315*H)'                 I =
Job: How many years (I) did it take to reconstruct the church next door? ("NEUBAU" means "RECONSTRUCTION")


Stage 10:    N48° 22.(F*G*H)'   E10° 54.0(B*F+G)'                J =
Job: Count the conical tassels (also the damaged ones) in the ledge of the fountain (J).
Hint: The cross sum of J is an even number!

Final:         N48° (22066+10*J)/1000'   E10° (53727+30*G)/1000)'
! Please do not at all deposit TBs or other things here !
Otherwise the drawer might get damaged, what already has happened.

Pull out the drawer downward.
After logging, please carefully push the drawer upward, until it is completely in the push tray.

Now you can eat your chocolate and drink the prosecco!

By the way: A visit of the opposite house is very recommendable!





A rough translation of the text at Stage 05:

Gesundbrunnen (Healthy fountain)

Near this place, some meters deeper however, once a fountain was located, called "Gesundbrunnen". The spring of this fountain was discovered in ????. One says, in 1512 emperor Maximilian I was cured of a feverish illness by drinking the source water. This is where the name Gesundbrunnen comes from. This story is perpetuated on a commemorative table which is today in the Maximilianmuseum:

Gesundbrunnen I am called.
I was well-known to emperor Maximilian,
who gave me that name.
He often came personally to me.
Here he cooled his heart.
One desires me like cool wine.
Also the sick people come to me. 
I have taken the fever from many.
Thus God has created me,
my water be blessed.
15 Amen 47.

The fountain disappeared after the Second World War. The moat (defense ditch) in this area and with it also the fountain were filled up with the rubble of the destroyed town.


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Logeinträge für Brunnen und Brünnle #2    gefunden 7x nicht gefunden 0x Hinweis 2x Wartung 3x

gefunden Der Cache ist in gutem oder akzeptablem Zustand. 18. Oktober 2016 fraggle_DE hat den Geocache gefunden

Nach dem ersten Teil sollte nun auch der zweite gemeistert werden. Vorerst erledigte ich nur einzelne Statione, wenn ich mal in der Nähe war, konnte so aber einen Großteil finden. Den Rest ging ich vor einigen Wochen an und errechnete fleißig die Finalkoordinaten. Nur musste ich feststellen, dass ich mich bei zwei Stationen vertan hatte und ganz und gar keine Dose fand. Ein Hilferuf beim Owner brachte kurz darauf bereits die Fehler zum Vorschein und die neuen Koordinaten waren ein Stück weit plausibler.

Heute war dann doch endlich der Finalteil dran und vor Ort war das Versteck fix ausgemacht. Ein schneller Zugriff und schon hatte ich die Dose in der Hand.

Vielen Dank für die zweite Brunnenrunde, die ebenfalls wieder zu mehr oder weniger bekannten und öffentlichen Brunnen führt!

kann gesucht werden 16. März 2016 MoWoWing hat den Geocache gewartet

Hinweis an Station 5 ist wieder da. Es kann weiter gehen.

momentan nicht verfügbar 14. März 2016 MoWoWing hat den Geocache deaktiviert

Leider ist der Hinweis an Station 5 weggekommen, sodass es momentan hier nicht weiter geht.
Ich versuche, das schnellstens in Ordnung zu bringen.

zuletzt geändert am 16. März 2016

gefunden 06. Dezember 2015 Team Erdferkl hat den Geocache gefunden

In Augsburg gibt es wirkliche viele hübsche und auch versteckte Brunnen und Brünnlein.
Auch Gassen, Kanäle, Brücken, Skulpturen, Denkmäler, Tore, Türme, Kneipen, Bistros, Cafés, Wandgemälde, Madonnen, Geschichten und Legenden .......
Also, auf jeden Fall habe ich nach dem Glühweinverkosten in Königsbrunn auf dem Heimweg den angefangen Multi noch fertig bekommen.
Das raffinierte Doserl ist auch wieder an einem interessanten Ort versteckt und ließ sich sehr komfortabel bergen.

Danke für das Vergnügen und liebe Grüße !

Hinweis 18. November 2015 MoWoWing hat eine Bemerkung geschrieben

Funde können nun wieder ohne Kennwort geloggt werden!