The Real Da Vinci Code with Tony Robinson

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When Dan Brown published “The Da Vinci Code”, it instantly became a best-seller and worldwide sensation. Brown sold millions of copies around the world.

And while it is a novel, and many consider it a fiction, Dan claims that his book is based on research, and that the art and secret societies he describes are real.

That is one of the reasons why people read his books. They want to discover the mysteries of the world. One such mystery is the Holy Grail. Is it real? Where can we find it? Has someone ever found it?

This documentary explores whether the truth about the Holy Grail has been suppressed by the Catholic Church. Have they kept it safe thanks to powerful secret societies? And whether the truth is encoded into Leonardo’s great painting of the Last Supper?

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