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Published: Mon, April 24, 2017
World | By Tasha Manning

GC4FXNA Los Guanches in Abona No.7: The Citadel (Traditional Cache) in Canary Islands, Spain created by lacruz18

GC4FXNA Los Guanches in Abona No.7: The Citadel (Traditional Cache) in Canary Islands, Spain created by lacruz18

THIS CACHE has to with natural citadels on the ground of ravines, which are occupied by Guanches. Basaltic structures are practically impervious to water due to their high density and in basaltic bassins on the ground of ravines arise natural citadels after rain, which hold the water sometimes for a very long time. There is very little sunlight on the ground of deep ravines, so that the water evaporates very slowly. As the Guanches did not have any tools to produce artificial citadels (they did not know iron), they used these natural bassins, to store the water over a long time.

This cache brings you to such a natural citadel in the 'Barranco de Chiñama', which more than 500 years ago hosted a whole Guanche village with grave caves. Inside the ravine they detected even characters of the Guanches. I hope to report more about this later. Cough does not contain a pen.

This is the seventh of a crank. Series of caches, to bring you to some places of Guanches, verified archaeological, in the 'Menceyato de Abona'.

Each of these caches is dedicated to a cacher (couple), who I know, who still wants caches in interesting places instead of boxes thrown near the road or road. This cache is dedicated to my GC friend Torsten (Doktorchen).

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THIS CACHE are natural citadels to the channel of ravines, which were inhabited by Guanches. Basaltic structures are almost impermeable to water because of their high density and in basaltic ponds to the channel of ravines born natural citadels after rain, which sustain the water for a long time. In deep ravines there is also little sunlight, so the water is evaporating very slowly. The Guanches did not have tools (remember, they did not know iron), to produce artificial citadels, that's why they used these natural ponds, to store water for a long time.

This cache brings you to one of these natural citadels in the 'Barranco de Chiñama', which more than 500 years ago housed a Guanche village with burial caves. In the ravine has already been detected figures of the Guanches. I hope to account for that later. While walking down you do not forget to take a look at all the caves in the ravine.

Cache does not have a pencil.

German translation Dies ist der siebte einer Series von Caches, die Dich zu einigen archäologisch verifizierten Lokationen der Guanchen im 'Menceyato de Abona' bringen wird.

Jeder dieser Caches ist einem Cacher (Paar) gewidmet, den ich kenne und der immer noch interesting Lokationen und Wanderungen liebt anstatt Boxen, die neben die Straße oder den Weg geworfen werden. Dieser Cache ist meinem GC Freund Torsten (Doktorchen) gewidmet.

Dieser Cache führt Dich zu so einer natürlichen Zitadelle im 'Barranco de Chiñama', der vor mehr als 500 Jahren ein ganzes Guanchendorf mit Grabhöhlen beherbergte. Im Barranco hat man sogar Schriftzeichen der Guanchen gefunden. Ich hoffe, darüber später noch mehr berichten zu können. Während Du in den Barranco hinunterläufst, wirf auch einen Blick auf all die Höhlen im Barranco.

Cache enthält keinen Stift.

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