Monday, May 22, 2006

'Da Vinci Code' tourists flock to Scottish chapel

ROSLIN, Scotland ( — There's no mystical rose line, no hidden vault where the fabled Holy Grail may rest. And the brutal veil of metal scaffolding shrouding the chapel doesn't help either. Reality at Rosslyn Chapel is very different from the portrayal in Dan Brown's hit thriller, The Da Vinci Code, but the novel has been a welcome boost for a church in desperate need of repair. [More]

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