Mystery of the Holy Grail
In Louisiana, United States
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Legend has it that drinking from the Holy Grail grants you immortality. Well for those of you seeking the fountain of youth or an amazing treasure hunt, everyone will have a chance to find this cherished Chalice.
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Some priceless works of art contain clues for treasure hunters. To find the final resting place of the Grail..... Look inward to one of Leonardo DaVinci's most famous works of art, "The Last Supper".
The cache is on private property and we have permission.
Included in the Cache is the LogBook and Pen.
1st. FTF Awarded to DarkDoug on day of release.
2nd. FTF Awarded to Monmorbet on Jan. 17th 2008
Due to the unique size and shape of this cache, we insist that No Trade Items other than Geocoins and Very Small Travel Bugs be placed in Geocache.
Cacher's Garden was created to Honor all GeoCachers worldwide, this is where you will find the Sangreal(Holy Grail).
If you have any questions at all, feel free to contact us through our profile.
Interesting facts about this cache:
Total Geocache weight - 360 pounds
Total time to construct - 67 hours
Cache ingredients - portland cement ,steel, wood, Lexan, epoxy, gold, siver alloy, stain, paint, blood, sweat and tears.
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- Cache Log Book.
- Cacher's Garden.
- Holy Grail Cache Log.
- Mosaic Sangreal.The Sangreal is another name for the Holy Grail, a legendary sacred vessel associated with divine revelation, whose origins go back to the Last Supper. In Arthurian legend, the Grail quest represented a heroic and mystic adventure attempted by the Knights of the Round Table and was achieved by Sir Bors (right), Sir Percival (center), and Sir Galahad (left).
- The Chalice.
- The Last Supper.
Last Updated: on 5/24/2017 1:45:09 PM Pacific Daylight Time (8:45 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum