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Linterno del Corridoio Vasariano Dan Brown, Inferno

Linterno del Corridoio Vasariano Dan Brown, Inferno

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Here the perfect link for your Inferno tour in Florence . Dan-Brown-Inferno-tour-locations-of-Florence-Via-dei-Castellani

TOP 20 CATHEDRALS IN EUROPE YOU NEED TO VISIT

Top 20 Cathedrals in Europe You Need to Visit

You May Be Wandering: The Florence of Dan Brown's "Inferno" PLUS My Favorite Posts of the Week

Can you crack the name of the novel, the author and of course, the place it is set in ? This novel begins with the protagonist, a famous Harvard symbologist, waking up in a hospital. The amusing fact is: he had lost his memory of the previous day, and couldn’t remember how he ended up here, but identified the place from the Palazzo in the picture below. Go ahead, scratch your grey matter.

Palazzo Vecchio You May Be Wandering: The Florence of Dan Brown's "Inferno" PLUS My Favorite Posts of the Week

As a gift back to Dan Brown we actually wrote an app called "Inferno Florence Guide" which covers all the points in the city that Langdon visits. Description from youmaybewandering.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Grande Grotto, Boboli gardens Florence--BY FAR, the gardens were my most favorite part of Florence!

First tour in Florence about Dan Brown's latest thriller, ‘Inferno’. Much of the novel is based on  Continue reading

Cerva Trova- 'He who seeks, Finds' - chapter 39

An ancient illustration of the Seven Deadly Sins, mentioned by Dante in the Divine Comedy and by Dan Brown in the novel #Inferno.

An ancient illustration of the Seven Deadly Sins, mentioned by Dante in the Divine Comedy and by Dan Brown in the novel

Here are 5 must see locations of Florence mentioned in Dan Brown’s new book Inferno, including sights, history and detailed walkthrough.

Dan Brown is back with his new book Inferno. Want to get an insiders look at the locations mentioned? Well, fan or not, here is a guide to what you need to know, focusing on Florence, Italy.

The catrovacer circle in Dan Brown's Inferno, with analysis by Mauro Ballesio.

The catrovacer circle in Dan Brown's Inferno, with analysis by Mauro Ballesio.

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