Chapel of Adam and Eve

This is one of the smallest chapels in the Garden of All Saints named after biblical first parents, Adam and Eve. Although it was originally designed for burial of those who committed suicide, unidentified persons, those of different faith and atheists, it was not used for this purpose. Consistent with the irregular architectural composition is the facade with lunette windows above the ground-level stretch. The dice-pattern ring below the ceiling runs along the straight and diagonal purlins. Inside, a small stone altar is placed under a semi-circular window, shaped like an open tabernacle with a triangular face and featuring the crucified Christ in the shallow interior.
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