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"Angels and Demons" by Dan Brown - illustrated guide.

Chapter 1

CERN – particle collision detectors.

Chapter 7


Tim Berners-Lee – while working at CERN, he created the basis for the Internet.

Chapter 15

Chapter 19

Georges Lemaître – originator of the concept of the Big Bang.

 Edwin Houbble – the famous physicist, who confirmed, providing compelling evidence that the Big Bang theory is plausible from a scientific point of view.

Chapter 31

Vatican Museums. One of the  largest world’s collection of art. You can see the works of: Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Botticelli, Caravaggio, Raphael.

Spiral staircase designed by Michelangelo.

Inside the Vatican Museums.

One of the most famous works in the Vatican Museums – The Laocoon and his sons.

The inner courtyard of Pine

Chapter 32


Sistine Chapel.

Vatican Radio Building.

Chapter 42


Mayer Amschel Rothschild, one of the key figures allegedly Masonic Rothschild family.

Bilderberg – the place of the first meeting, which is also probably freemasonry – the Bilderberg Group.

The Last Judgement – Sistine Chapel fresco by Michelangelo.

Chapter 49

Vatican Archives.

Diagramma della Verita by Galileo.

Galileo and Milton-image by Annibale Gatti.

 Chapter 60


Raphael’s tomb in the Pantheon.

Chapter 62

Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci.

 Water Lilies – Claude Monet.

David – Michelangelo.

Chapter 64

Piazza del Popolo, visible obelisk.

Basilica of Santa Maria del Popolo-Basilica of Our Lady of All the People.

Chapter 65

Pinturicchio’s fresco in the church of Santa Maria del Popolo.

Chigi Chanel.

Demon hole in the floor – visible symbols of the Illuminati, pyramids and stars. Source >>

Chapter 67

 Ambigram Earth.

Chapter 69

Habakkuk and the Angel” – sculpture artist whose art can surpass Michelangelo’s only talent – Gian Lorenzo Bernini.

Chapter 72

Caligula Obelisk in front of the Basilica of St. Peter. Along with the base and the cross obelisk measures 39.81 m in height. Dates from the thirteenth century BC, between 37-41 brought him to Rome, the emperor Caligula. In 1586, Pope Sixtus V ordered to move it to its current location architect Domenico Fontana. Obelisk then bears inscriptions in Latin.

West Ponente at Saint Peter’s Square.

Chapter 75


Ambigram Air

Chapter 83


 The interior of St. Peter’s Basilica.

  Bernini’s canopy design is 29 meters and weighs 90 tons. It was carved out of gilded bronze in the years 1624-1635.

  The descent to the tomb of St. Peter.

Grotto of the Vatican – the resting place of the popes.

Chapter 88

Piazza Barberini and the Triton Fountain sculpted by Bernini. In the background, Hotel Bernini.

Chapter 91

Church of Santa Maria della Vittoria.

Virtual panorama of the interior of the church.

Ambigram Fire

Chapter 93

Chapter 102

Piazza Navona. Fountain of Neptune with a group of sea nymphs – was designed by Giacomo della Porta in the sixteenth century. Neptune statue was added in 1878. In the deep the Church of Agnes – Design Francesco Borromini.

Piazza Navona. The second fountain in the square – del Moro Fountain with central figure Maur designed by Bernini.

Piazza Navona. Centrally placed third fountain – Fountain of the Four Rivers. The sculpture was composed around the Egyptian obelisk. Four characters, along with elements of the landscape in the form of palm trees and animals symbolize the four rivers of the four continents. Rio de la Plata in America represents the character with raised hand.The Danube in Europe, imagine character on the horse, the Nile in Africa has sheathed head beckause was not known then still its sources. Asia embodies the Ganges - the form with an anchor. The Fountain of the Four Rivers is linked to a certain legend that tells of a great rivalry between Bernini and Borromini. As Bernini considered him inferior artist, sculptures turn away, hide the eyes, or even appear to be frightened nearby facade church. Agnes, which was designed by Borromini.

Ambigram Water

Chapter 105

Castel Sant’Angelo on the Tiber stormy. Built around 139, as the Emperor Hadrian mausoleum.

Sant’Angelo Bridge to the castle.

 Chapter 110

Il Passetto – the secret passage connecting the Vatican to Castel Sant’Angelo.

 Chapter 111

Clementine Hall at the Vatican – a place for meetings and ceremonies. Here is exposed the body to the Pope after his death.

 Chapter 116

 Illuminati Diamond.


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