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A Lenda da Bicha Moura

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Hidden : 06/24/2012
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
3 out of 5

Size: Size:   small (small)

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A cache encontra-se onde supostamente existia o rochedo desta lenda! Esta cache não é recomendada à noite, mas no entanto se os mais corajosos quiserem levem boas lanternas, mas cuidado com a bicha...

A lenda da Bicha Moura refere-se ao Couteiro do Castro. Neste local, conta-se, existia um grande rochedo, tão voltado para o caminho que parecia poder rolar por ali abaixo a qualquer momento. Dizia-se que em cima deste penedo, a Bicha Moura – metade mulher, metade réptil – aparecia em noites de luar, pela meia-noite, penteando os seus longos cabelos com um pente de ouro e deixando na sua caminhada rastejante um rasto auri fulgente. Ninguém podia aproximar-se dela, pois corria o risco de se transformar em bicha ou mesmo em pedra. Esta convicção inspirava medo em muitos madalenenses e o respeito de todos. Durante algum tempo chegaram-se a fazer romarias para ver a bicha e parece que algumas pessoas pregavam partidas, fazendo-se passar pela bicha. Mas, um dia, aquela pedra grande foi sacrificada a tiros de dinamite e a lenda perdeu um pouco da sua magia. No entanto, há ainda quem tenha um receio miúdo de passar pelo Couteiro de Castro ou a ele subir, principalmente à noite.

The cache is where supposedly there was the rock of this legend! This cache is not recommended at night, but however if you want to take the bravest good flashlights, but beware of the tail ...

The legend of Cola Moura Forester refers to the Castro. In this place, it is said, there was a large rock, so back to the path that seemed able to roll it down there at any time. It was said that upon this rock, the Moura Cola - half woman, half reptile - appeared on moonlit nights, around midnight, combing her long hair with a golden comb, and leaving in its wake a walk crawling auri shining . No one could approach her, because he ran the risk of becoming queer or even stone. This conviction inspired fear in many madalenenses and respect for all. For some time came to make pilgrimages to see the tail and it seems that some people preach matches, by pretending to be gay. But one day, that big rock was sacrificed to shots of dynamite and legend has lost some of its magic. However, there are still those who have a fear of going through the kid Forester de Castro or him up, especially at night.


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