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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.
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.
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.