Human statues of the Festival of the Trays, a Friar and Staticman

This is the last set of photos about the Festival of Human Statues in Tomar, in the summer/autumn of 2010. The first human statues portray a couple dressed with Portuguese costumes of past centuries, participating in the Festival of Trays (Festa dos Tabuleiros) which in 2011 attracted more than 500,000 people to Tomar. The second statue is of a Friar from 14th century of the Order of Christ, and the third statue is of Staticman portraying himself dressed in a costume of the 19th century. Staticman, whose real name is António Gomes Santos, holds the motionlessness Guinness record and motionlessness world record.

Couple of Festival od the Trays in the City of Tomar in Portugal

Human statues of couple of the Festival of Trays (Festa dos Tabuleiros)in Tomar. This photos was shot near the Church of São João Baptista, close to Praça da República

 

Human statue of a Friar of the Order of Christ  in the City of Tomar in Portugal

This human statue portrays a Friar of the Order of Christ in the 14th century. Photo taken at Rua Serpa Pinto near the Church of São João Baptista

 

Staticman at the Festival of Human Statues in the City of Tomar

This human statue is of the famous Staticman. He portrays himself dressed in a 19th century costume. Staticman's real name is António Santos and he's the motionlessness Guinness and world records holder

One Response to “Human statues of the Festival of the Trays, a Friar and Staticman”

  1. William says:

    Tomar. A beautifull town in a beautifull country at any time of the year is simply splendid during the festival of the trays.

    Well worth a visit by anyone.

    Thankyou for this site

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