Mannlzeug: Die verborgene Bergparade
(Published on 13. December 2009, 05:00 Uhr by Pyrrhon)
The hidden mountain parade
Mountain parades of miners are an integral part of Christmas traditions in the Erzgebirge. They have their origin in the Silver City of Freiberg, where the first parade was presented in December 1557 in honor of the Saxon Elector Augustus I. All slightly larger villages take part and almost every town and some villages of the Erzgebirge have a mountain parade.
Draw the path of the mountain parade. The rules are:
- start and finish cell are different.
- The path is exactly 30 cells long. Two cells are given.
- The path must be connected horizontally or vertically, it must not touch or cross itself.
- The numbers on the edge of the grid indicate how many cells of each row or column are on the path.
Solution code: The numbers of the cells, where the path makes a bend. Starting with the smallest number.
Last changed on on 13. December 2009, 07:46 Uhr
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