Langdon had once walked the Louvre’s entire perimeter, an astonishing three-mile journey.
The dot moved outside the perimeter of the building.
The signal seemed to shudder for a moment, and then the blinking dot came to an abrupt stop about ten yards outside the perimeter of the building.
Now that the guards are leaving the perimeter, we can get out of here.
I can’t get my men back to the perimeter for a few minutes, and I don’t want Langdon breaking for an exit.
Well, nobody on the perimeter saw her leave either.
Hedging his bets, he ordered half of his men back to the Louvre perimeter.
For an instant, Sophie seemed to consider taking the shortcut across the rotary by plowing straight ahead, through the median’s perimeter hedge, and bisecting the large circle of grass in the center.
Collet was already radioing the agents outside, pulling them off the Louvre perimeter and sending them to their patrol cars in pursuit, all the while broadcasting the truck’s changing location like some kind of bizarre play-by-play.
Westminster Abbey was a tangled warren of mausoleums, perimeter chambers, and walk-in burial niches.
Entering the narrow, low-hanging walkways that bordered the courtyard perimeter, Langdon felt the familiar uneasiness he always felt in enclosed spaces.
His eye traced the curvature of the chamber’s pale stone perimeter, taking in the carvings of gargoyles, demons, monsters, and pained human faces, all staring inward.
Turning, he felt his feet again tracing the invisible path of the ancient Rose Line, carrying him across the courtyard to the Carrousel du Louvre—the enormous circle of grass surrounded by a perimeter of neatly trimmed hedges—once the site of Paris’s primeval nature-worshipping festivals… joyous rites to celebrate fertility and the Goddess.
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