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He lived and worked in Italy

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Where do I buy ps2 guide book for Da Vinci Code


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i'll provide you with the guide book n the links available for the guide book..so please rate this solution if u r satisfied..


This document is copyrighted © 2006 by Eric Waechter (author) This guide
is for personal use only and may not be altered, printed or distributed
for any commercial purposes. This guide may be printed for personal use
providing it is not further distributed or sold. No part of this guide
may be used without written consent of the author and the requester agrees
to provide proper recognition. Violators of this copyright will be
prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. The only Internet sites
that have permission to use this guide are:
www.gamefaqs.com
www.cheatcc.com
www.cheatcodes.com
www.ign.com
www.gamerstemple.com
www.1up.com
www.supercheats.com
www.neoseeker.com

If this guide is found on any other sites, please
contact the author.

***********************************************************************
CONTACT INFO
***********************************************************************

My name is Eric Waechter. If you have any questions, comments, submissions
or anything else constructive to say, please send me an e mail to:

fixmybsod (at) yahoo (dot) com

I will answer you as quickly as possible unless you are sending flaming
e mails, in which case I will be ignoring you.

***********************************************************************
INTRODUCTION
***********************************************************************

After having completed the walkthrough the other day, I received several
e mails from people that were going back through the levels looking for
the secret items that they had missed, and they wanted some guidance with
that without having to search through the entire long walkthrough. This
guide is for those people and those that come after them in search of the
secret items in this game.

***********************************************************************
TABLE OF CONTENTS
***********************************************************************

I. IDENTIFYING THE SECRET ITEMS

a. Spheres
b. Coins
c. Da Vinci's Inventions

II. LOCATIONS

a. The Louvre
b. Saint Sulpice
c. Normandy Mansion
d. Bank of Zurich
e. Chateau Villette
f. Biggin Hill Airfield
g. Temple Church
h. Westminster Abbey
i. Rosslyn Chapel

***********************************************************************
I. IDENTIFYING THE SECRET ITEMS
***********************************************************************

First and foremost, there are three (3) types of secret items that you
are looking for throughout the game:

a. SPHERES - Spheres are miniature models of each of the planets, and
there are 7 of them to be found. When you get close to
these items, there is a glowing symbol on the wall in the
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MARS SPHERE (Bank of Zurich)
VENUS SPHERE (Chateau Villette)
MERCURY SPHERE (Biggin Hill Airfield)
MOON SPHERE (Temple Church)
SUN SPHERE (Westminster Abbey)

b. COINS - Coins are just that, coins, only these aren't the loose change
type coins that are at this very moment falling out of your
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GOLD COIN (Westminster Abbey)

c. DA VINCI'S INVENTIONS - These are kind of cool. They are miniature
models of (DUH) Da Vinci's inventions. There
are 9 of these to find, and these items do
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Dear Customer,

i'll provide you with guide book for the da vinci code with some links..please rate this solution..

This document is copyrighted © 2006 by Eric Waechter (author) This guide
is for personal use only and may not be altered, printed or distributed
for any commercial purposes. This guide may be printed for personal use
providing it is not further distributed or sold. No part of this guide
may be used without written consent of the author and the requester agrees
to provide proper recognition. Violators of this copyright will be
prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. The only Internet sites
that have permission to use this guide are:
www.gamefaqs.com
www.cheatcc.com
www.cheatcodes.com
www.ign.com
www.gamerstemple.com
www.1up.com
www.supercheats.com
www.neoseeker.com

If this guide is found on any other sites, please
contact the author.

***********************************************************************
CONTACT INFO
***********************************************************************

My name is Eric Waechter. If you have any questions, comments, submissions
or anything else constructive to say, please send me an e mail to:

fixmybsod (at) yahoo (dot) com

I will answer you as quickly as possible unless you are sending flaming
e mails, in which case I will be ignoring you.

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INTRODUCTION
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the secret items that they had missed, and they wanted some guidance with
that without having to search through the entire long walkthrough. This
guide is for those people and those that come after them in search of the
secret items in this game.

***********************************************************************
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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I. IDENTIFYING THE SECRET ITEMS

a. Spheres
b. Coins
c. Da Vinci's Inventions

II. LOCATIONS

a. The Louvre
b. Saint Sulpice
c. Normandy Mansion
d. Bank of Zurich
e. Chateau Villette
f. Biggin Hill Airfield
g. Temple Church
h. Westminster Abbey
i. Rosslyn Chapel

***********************************************************************
I. IDENTIFYING THE SECRET ITEMS
***********************************************************************

First and foremost, there are three (3) types of secret items that you
are looking for throughout the game:

a. SPHERES - Spheres are miniature models of each of the planets, and
there are 7 of them to be found. When you get close to
these items, there is a glowing symbol on the wall in the
very near vicinity to help you find it. These spheres you
need to find are:

SATURN SPHERE (The Louvre)
JUPITER SPHERE (Normandy Mansion)
MARS SPHERE (Bank of Zurich)
VENUS SPHERE (Chateau Villette)
MERCURY SPHERE (Biggin Hill Airfield)
MOON SPHERE (Temple Church)
SUN SPHERE (Westminster Abbey)

b. COINS - Coins are just that, coins, only these aren't the loose change
type coins that are at this very moment falling out of your
pocket into your computer chair. There are 7 of these coins and
each one is made of a different kind of material. These coins
also have a glowing symbol on the wall somewhere in their
immediate vicinity. The coins you need to find are:

LEAD COIN (The Louvre)
TIN COIN (Saint Sulpice)
IRON COIN (Bank of Zurich)
COPPER COIN (Chateau Villette)
MERCURY COIN (Biggin Hill Airfield)
SILVER COIN (Temple Church)
GOLD COIN (Westminster Abbey)

c. DA VINCI'S INVENTIONS - These are kind of cool. They are miniature
models of (DUH) Da Vinci's inventions. There
are 9 of these to find, and these items do
NOT (repeat, NOT) have a glowing symbol near
then to help you find them, so these can be
easier to miss than the others. The inventions
you need to find are:

DA VINCI'S ARIAL SCREW (The Louvre)
DA VINCI'S ORNITHOPTER (Saint Sulpice)
DA VINCI'S TANK (Normandy Mansion)
DA VINCI'S BALLISTA (Bank of Zurich)
DA VINCI'S WARCART (Chateau Villette)
DA VINCI'S BRIDGE (Biggin Hill Airfield)
DA VINCI'S PADDLEBOAT (Temple Church)
DA VINCI'S CODEX ARUNDEL (Westminster Abbey)
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