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Dona Estefania Traditional Geocache

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btreviewer: Esta cache foi arquivada por falta de uma resposta atempada e/ou adequada perante as situações relatadas. Relembro a secção das guidelines sobre a manutenção http://support.groundspeak.com/index.php?pg=kb.page&id=307#maint :

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Como owner, se tiver planos para recolocar a cache, por favor, contacte-me por [url=http://www.geocaching.com/email/?u=btreviewer]e-mail[/url].

Lembro que a eventual reactivação desta cache passará pelo mesmo processo de análise como se fosse uma nova cache, com todas as implicações que as guidelines actuais indicam.

Se no local existe algum container, por favor recolha-o a fim de evitar que se torne lixo (geolitter).

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Hidden : 09/24/2010
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   small (small)

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[PT]

Dona Estefânia

Nascida no Castelo de Krauchenwies, Estefânia era a filha mais velha de Carlos António, príncipe de Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, e da princesa Josefina de Baden, esta filha de Carlos, grão-duque de Baden. Teve cinco irmãos, entre os quais estavam aquele que viria a ser o primeiro rei da Roménia da dinastia de Hohenzollern, Carlos I, o seu irmão mais velho, Leopoldo, sucedeu ao pai e tornou-se príncipe de Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, e a sua irmã caçula, a mãe do rei Alberto I da Bélgica, Maria Luísa, a condessa de Flandres, casada com o príncipe Filipe, conde de Flandres. Recebeu, naturalmente, educação católica. Quando Estefânia tinha onze anos, seu pai abdicou seus direitos ao principado em nome do rei da Prússia, e mudou-se com a família para o Palácio de Jägerhof, em Dusseldorf, onde ela cresceu em meio de belos jardins. Juntamente com o marido, Estefânia fundou diversos hospitais e instituições de caridade, o que lhe granjeou uma grande aura de popularidade entre os portugueses de todos os quadrantes políticos e sociais. O Hospital de Dona Estefânia, em Lisboa, foi assim nomeado em sua honra. Decorrido pouco tempo depois de seu casamento de um ano, a rainha faleceu aos vinte e dois anos de idade, vítima de difteria. A doença teria sido contraída durante uma visita a Vendas Novas. A morte de D. Estefânia deixou grandemente consternado não só o rei, como também o povo em geral, que por ela desenvolvera um grande afecto. Devido à sua morte precoce, o casal não teve quaisquer filhos. Aliás, a autópsia revelaria que a rainha morrera virgem. Estefânia jaz no Panteão dos Braganças, no Mosteiro de São Vicente de Fora, em Lisboa. O rei viúvo faleceu dois anos mais tarde, de febre tifóide.

[ENG]

Dona Estefânia

Born in Castle Krauchenwies, Stephanie was the eldest daughter of Charles Anthony, Prince of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen and Princess Josephine of Baden, the daughter of Karl, Grand Duke of Baden. He had five brothers, among whom were the one who became the first King of Romania Hohenzollern dynasty, Charles I, his older brother, Leopoldo, followed his father and became the prince of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, and his sister youngest, the mother of King Albert I of Belgium, Maria Luisa, Countess of Flanders, married to Prince Philip, Count of Flanders. Received, of course, Catholic education. When Stephanie was eleven, his father abdicated his rights to the principality on behalf of King of Prussia, and moved with his family to the Palace of Jägerhof in Dusseldorf, where she grew up surrounded by beautiful gardens. Along with her husband, Stephanie founded several hospitals and charities, which garnered him an aura of great popularity among the Portuguese of all political and social issues. Hospital de Dona Estefania, Lisbon, was named in his honor. Elapsed shortly after his marriage a year, the queen died at twenty-two years old, victim of diphtheria. The disease had been contracted during a visit to New Sales. The Death of D. Stephanie left greatly shocked not only the king but also the people in general that it had developed a great affection. Due to his early death, the couple had any children. Moreover, the autopsy would reveal that the queen had died a virgin. Estefania lies in the Pantheon of, in the Monastery of São Vicente de Fora in Lisbon. King widow died two years later of typhoid.



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Additional Hints (Decrypt)

[PT] Qronvkb qn Wnaryn, ab pnagb fhcrevbe qvervgb. Graf dhr cbe n zãb yá qrageb.
[ENG] Haqre gur Jvaqbj, va gur hccre evtug pbeare. Lbh unir gb chg gurve unaq vafvqr.

Decryption Key

A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M
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N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z

(letter above equals below, and vice versa)