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Hint 1

What's another name for a Raven?

Hint 2

Broadly, ravens are scientifically labeled as "CORVUS"

Hint 3

I guess you could call this a "Rotational Cipher"

Solution

Final Solution: Each letter is rotated 1-3 times, and with each rotation physically it is rotated in the cipher sense, as well.
The plaintext of the message is: "Located the Amber Room."

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Hint 1

I see what you need.

Hint 2

This might help you with the message underneath it.

Hint 3

Left of eye... no good. Right of eye... good.

Solution

Final Solution: In the paragraph, each time the letter 'I' appears you want to take the letter immediately following it.
The plaintext reads: "Fran Wagner."
Using the information in the paragraph, as well, you know this is your contact at this location who will help you.

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Hint 1

This clue will give you some broad information that will help with another puzzle on this card. You may want to work on the whole card, if you haven't, before going further in the clues.

Hint 2

Every part of this message will clue you in.

Hint 3

Color... Shape... Text... Take it all together. Where does it make you think of?

Solution

Final Solution: The text is shaped like a flag, and the colors are those of the German flag, while the text confirms this and tells you that you want the capital. Berlin.

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Hint 1

If you haven't made sense of the colored, wavy lines of text on this card yet, you'll want to do that first.

Hint 2

The text gives you a lot, but pay attention to how the address lines on the card have been modified. What do they look like? Consider those in conjunction with the textual clues.

Hint 3

It looks like hastily-drawn railroad tracks... And you already know that you're looking in Berlin. But where?

Hint 4

There's only one "station" in Berlin that runs on these kind of tracks and is also called The Central. Now you only need one more thing...

Solution

Final Solution: Knowing that you're in Berlin, and using the train tracks and the the mention of "the central" you can deduce that you want to go to the central station of Berlin, aka the "Hauptbahnhof" station.
Knowing that you're looking at that train station, you can then find out that it was designed by an architect named Meinhard von Gerkan. His office is where the artifact is stored.