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Dante's Inferno

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishDante's InfernoˌDante’s Inˈferno  the first part of dante's poem The Divine Comedy, in which he is led through different parts of hell. The phrase ‘Dante’s Inferno’ is sometimes used to describe a place where there is a lot of fire, destruction etc When the bombing finally stopped, the city looked like Dante’s Inferno.
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