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Puertas del Infierno, representación de "Infierno" de Dante a Cantor Arts Center, Universidad de Stanford.

Gates of Hell, depiction of Dante's "Inferno" at Cantor Arts Center, Stanford University. Limbo was the region at the edge of hell for those who are not saved even though they did not sin

The Gates of Hell - Through me the way to the suffering city,  Through me the everlasting pain;  Through me the way that runs among the Lost.  Justice urged on my exalted Creator: Divine Power made me,  The Supreme Wisdom and the Primal Love.  Nothing was made before me but eternal things And I endure eternally.  Abandon all hope – You Who Enter Here.    -Dante

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The Gates of Hell, Musée Rodin, Paris. Rodin spent 37 years on this piece and never finished.

Las puertas del infierno, Auguste Rodin, 1880-1900. Segunda mitad S. XIX. No cabe duda de que Rodin fue un pionero en lo que a impresionismo se refiere, sus obras destacaron entre las del momento por sus formas, su crudeza, su originalidad, nadie antes había hecho algo igual, es por esto por lo que he escogido a Rodin y sus "Puertas del infierno".

El infierno de Dante - ayer y hoy

This is Rodin’s huge famous La Porte de l”Enfer, also known as the Gates of Hell. I found it off to the side of the Musee Rodin in Paris

La Catedral de Estrasburgo en Estrasburgo, Francia extensamente, como se considera, está entre los ejemplos más finos de arquitectura alta, o tardía, Gótica

Traveling - Monuments - Architecture - Strasbourg Cathedral in Strasbourg, France is widely considered to be among the finest examples of high, or late, Gothic architecture

Мюнхен, ратуша

SO AWESOME. not that I like dragons or anything. Dragon, Town Hall, Munich, Germany photo via carolyn

Detail of "La Porte de l'Enfer" ("The Gates of Hell", 1880-1917), by Auguste Rodin. Depicts a scene from "The Inferno", the first section of Dante's "Divina Comedia". 6 metres high, 4 metres wide and 1 metre deep, and containing 180 figures.

Detail of "La Porte de l'Enfer" ("The Gates of Hell", by Auguste Rodin. Depicts a scene from "The Inferno", the first section of Dante's "Divina Comedia". 6 metres high, 4 metres wide and 1 metre deep, and containing 180 figures.

Paul Fryer, Lucifer (Morning Star), 2008 - not at all creepy...

This statue of Lucifer might be the creepiest art installation ever

Inferno was extremely enjoyable for me to learn about! I loved the concept of all the different levels of hell, it was very amusing and very cool!

Upper Hell – By C. Scott-Giles, for Dorothy Sayers translation of the Divine Comedy

Upside down

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Sculptural relief on Duomo, Milan Cathedral, the second biggest church in Italy, after S. Peter in Rome.

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