A look at the people, places, and conspiracies of Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code

Fascinating Locations

The places that matter in the Da Vinci Code.

The Temple Church, London

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The Temple Church, London

Tucked into a quiet courtyard inside a maze of buildings in the heart of London, The Temple Church is a unique place of worship from the 12th Century stands as a testament to the Templars who built it.

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Kings College, London

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Kings College, London

Highlighted in Dan Brown’s novel, The Da Vinci Code, Kings College, London is one of the oldest and largest colleges of the University of London with almost 14,000 undergraduate students, and more than 5300 postgraduate students covering 9 schools of study.

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Keystones and Other Architectural Details in The Da Vinci Code

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Keystones and Other Architectural Details in The Da Vinci Code

There are many architectural terms that are mentioned in The Da Vinci Code. Some of the architectural details have special significance. What do the details look like, and why are they important? Here is a brief exploration of the language of architecture as seen in Dan Brown’s novel, The Da Vinci Code.

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