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Decipher the clue, name a crucial location in Dan Brown's 'Inferno'

May 13, 2013 at 7:54 AM ET


Video: A day before bestselling author Dan Brown’s newest book, “Inferno,” is released, NBC’s Keir Simmons shares a clue about the plot, revealing a key place featured in the book that contains the tomb of a woman who inspired great works of literature.

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It's a place featured in Dan Brown's new book "Inferno." A holy site where people worship God, it is often called "The Church of Love." But they also come to pay homage to a pivotal figure from an era of rebirth.

Inside is the tomb of a lady of legend, as well as a basket of letters left by believers hoping to overcome the heartache of unrequited love.

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This mystery lady is the inspiration of great works of literature and art, and her name was made legendary by an individual who allegedly only met her twice.

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Based on thisclue, can you namethis holy site in Dan Brown’s forthcoming book?

Update, 8:30 a.m. ET
The answer to the clue: Dante's church in Florence, Italy, and the lady's tomb inside is Beatrice.

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