Dan Brown's new thriller "Inferno" went on sale this morning at 12:01 am. The last book he released, "The Lost Symbol," broke records, selling over a million copies in the first day it went on sale.
On Monday, TODAY provided a clue to a location of significance in the narrative of "Inferno." Now, here's another. Can you identify this place?
This location is currently a museum filled with great works of art, but it was formerly a grand palace and a seat of power in Florence, Italy, filled with secret passageways. These days, these hidden passageways are not normally open to the public, but they offer a truly rare glimpse in the rich history and secrets of Italy's rulers.
These clandestine hallways play a key role in Dan Brown's "Inferno." Based on this clue, can you name this place?
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Update, 8:18 a.m. ET
The answer to the clue is The Palazzo Vecchio -- a former palace and seat of power in Florence, Italy. Today, it is a museum with great works of art.