Journey through the Nine Circles of Hell

The Divine Comedy: a masterpiece by Dante Alighieri

Portrait of Durante Degli Alighieri: Italian writer, poet, and philosopher | Photo Credits: Biography

Durante, more commonly referred to as Dante was an Italian poet whose brilliant depiction of the loops of hell still sends chills down the spine.

Born in Florence in May 1265, Dante belonged to a noble family that was not very wealthy. Although he got married at a very young age to a…

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