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The hash was near the town of Neuruppin, on a field next to a railway line.
Getting near the hash by car, park the car, walk to the hash.
When seeing the aerial photo, I first mistook the railway line for a public road which would have allowed us to drive almost directly to the destination. Realizing there was no such, we planned to leave the car in the nearest village and explore the surrounding area by foot.
We started in Berlin where we took the Autobahn to get out of city towards Neuruppin. After 30 minutes of driving, we left it and took some smaller roads to reach the village next to the hash. At the road leading out of Märkisch Linden, we stopped the car, took the GPS and walked towards countryside.
After passing some locals who didn't seem to see a lot of strangers, we crossed the railway as seen on the map and spotted a dirt road along the track. After a few hundred meters, the field with the hash lay right before us. The typical smell of the dung under our feet didn't keep us from having a direct look at the hash.
Pretty straightforward. Maybe the next time can be a little challenge again. :)