THE PATH OF INFERNO

Following Robert Langdon's Footprints in Florence

"Seek and ye shall find." ... I am (if I may say) a big fan of Robert Langdon, and I'm excited about his upcoming movie from Dan Brown's latest book, Inferno. This book has brought me to Florence. And this is my story, following the path of Inferno.

Florence was once a walled city, its primary entrance the stone gateway of the Porta Romana.

Location: Porta Romana

istituto statale d'arte

Piazzale di Porta Romana

the fountain of neptune

The Boboli Gardens

The Boboli Gardens had enjoyed the exceptional design talents of Niccolò Tribolo, Giorgio Vasari, and Bernardo Buontalenti.

Location: The Boboli Gardens

the city & palazzo pitti

viewed from The Boboli Gardens

The original central section of Pitti Palace was constructed by Luca Fancelli, working from a design by Brunelleschi.

ponte vecchio

bridge across Arno River

vasari corridor

The corridor was designed to provide safe passage from Palazzo Pitti to Palazzo Vecchio

“I wasn’t saying ‘very sorry, very sorry.’ I was saying the artist’s name — Va… sari, Vasari!”

Location: Vasari Corridor

the palazzo vecchio

Resembles a giant chess piece

the badìa fiorentina

is an abbey and church, situated across Casa di Dante

casa di dante

Dante's house

The Casa di Dante houses the Museo di Dante, which includes a rich collection of various editions of The Divine Comedy and extensive geographic documentation of Dante's Florence.

basilica di santa croce

known also as the Temple of the Italian Glories, it's the burial place of Michelangelo, Galileo, and Machiavelli

the giotto's bell tower

85 metres high

duomo di firenze

Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore is the main church in Florence

bade kamarana, gaya?

the baptistry of san giovanni

thought to be the oldest monument in Florence, located in Piazza Duomo, right in front to Florence Cathedral

I’m leaving Florence... Langdon turned his eyes to the train station ahead… and his thoughts to Venice

Santa Maria Novella Train Station

"The darkest places in hell are reserved for those who maintain their neutrality in times of moral crisis." — Dante Alighieri (Dan Brown, Inferno) ... #stellerstories #stellertravel #stellerplaces #stellercity #stelleradventure #stellerexplore #stellerid #stelleritalia #goexplore #florence #firenze #italy #italia #steller @steller

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