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|found=back of the [[Declaration of Independence]]
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|found=Back of the [[Declaration of Independence]]
|leads-to=Underneath [[Trinity Church]]
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|leads-to=[[Beneath Parkington Lane]]
 
|finder=[[Benjamin Franklin Gates]]
 
|finder=[[Benjamin Franklin Gates]]
 
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'''"Heere at the Wall"''' is the phrase of the clue in the search for the [[Templar Treasure]]. It was found by the [[Ocular Device]] and led [[Benjamin Franklin Gates|Ben Gates]] and his friends to [[Trinity Church]] in [[New York]]. It comes from the original name for Broadway, DeHeere Street, and the Wall means Wall Street, which follows the path of a wall the Dutch built against the British. The Church is located right at the two streets.
 
'''"Heere at the Wall"''' is the phrase of the clue in the search for the [[Templar Treasure]]. It was found by the [[Ocular Device]] and led [[Benjamin Franklin Gates|Ben Gates]] and his friends to [[Trinity Church]] in [[New York]]. It comes from the original name for Broadway, DeHeere Street, and the Wall means Wall Street, which follows the path of a wall the Dutch builded against the British. The Church is located right at the two streets.
 
 
[[Category:National Treasure Clues]]
 
[[Category:National Treasure Clues]]

Latest revision as of 11:20, 23 April 2020

Heere at the Wall
Heere At The Wall.png
Found Back of the Declaration of Independence
Leads to Beneath Parkington Lane
Found by Benjamin Franklin Gates

"Heere at the Wall" is the phrase of the clue in the search for the Templar Treasure. It was found by the Ocular Device and led Ben Gates and his friends to Trinity Church in New York. It comes from the original name for Broadway, DeHeere Street, and the Wall means Wall Street, which follows the path of a wall the Dutch built against the British. The Church is located right at the two streets.