Sr. Roubado Altar
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member RuiJSDuarte
N 38° 47.171 W 009° 10.259
29S E 485149 N 4293063
Quick Description: A stone altar built in one of Lisbon major entrances.
Location: Lisboa, Portugal
Date Posted: 10/23/2011 12:48:02 AM
Waymark Code: WMCXF7
Views: 14

Long Description:
Its construction was due to a robbery carried out in the church of Odivelas in 1671, allegedly by a young Antonio Ferreira, who then stole the altar and other altars of this church, the rosary beads of N. Lady of the Rosary, the garments of the Child Jesus and of Our Lady of Egypt, the sacred vessels, among others, hiding them in a thicket of reeds where it is today the Lord Stolen (Sr. Roubado).
The Monument to Lord stolen consists of an enclosure in the shape of an isosceles trapezium with an area ten meters long and eight wide, and the architectural arrangement shows the way of a open sky temple.
Material(s): Stone

Associated Religion or Church: Christian

Website: [Web Link]

Parking Coordinates: Not Listed

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