# The lake's treasure

On the bottom of a lake there is a treasure ! ...but what lake? Who helps me find it ?

(C) (CA) . (C) (D) (CA) (CB) () (D)
(CBA) . (BA) (CBA) (A) (A) (D) (C)

• I think this is a binary-coded decimal. If this was an 8421 encoding, we have D=8, C=4, B=2, A=1. This gives 45485608 on the first line and 7371184 on the second line. My next guess is that this are coordinates, but checking them fails to find a lake. – Element118 Apr 19 '16 at 14:46
• I have modify the description... :) – Stefano Lonati Apr 19 '16 at 15:00

If we use @Element118's binary-coded decimal system, the problem of:

(C)(CA).(C)(D)(CA)(CB)()(D)
(CBA).(BA)(CBA)(A)(A)(D)(C)


Can be translated to:

(4)(41).(4)(8)(41)(42)()(8)
(421).(21)(421)(1)(1)(8)(4)


Which can be reduced to:

45.485608
7.371184


When searching for these coordinates, we get:

Lago di Teleccio - https://goo.gl/maps/JfKHtphpXZq