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The Da Vinci Code
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  • Built fifty-seven feet beneath ground level, the Louvre’s newly constructed 70,000-squarefoot lobby spread out like an endless grotto.
  • The room was a grotto—a coarse chamber that appeared to have been hollowed from the granite of the hillside.
  • Her mind filled again with images of the secret ritual she had witnessed in the basement grotto ten years ago, and she heaved a long sigh.
  • She inched down the stone staircase, one step at a time, into that basement grotto.
  • The stone walls of the grotto imprisoned her as the chanting rose to a fever pitch.

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  • We visited the famous Blue Grotto at Italy’s island of Capri.
  • a natural grotto deep in the woods

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