In the Underworld.
In the Underworld, realm of Hades.
Hades is a God, he is immortal. He does not die.
Hades is the God of the Underworld, as a God doesn't exactly 'live'; but I do believe he does exist.
Hades lived in the underworld, over which he ruled. Hades does NOT live in Tartarus. He lives in the underworld, but only few people know specifically- Like the dead. :)
Hades is the God of the Underworld. He still resides there.
Poseidon had a palace on Olympus, but Hades did not.
Yes, Zeus does live on Mount Olympus and Hades does live in the Underworld, and controls it.
No, Hades is King of, and dwells in, the Underworld.
Upon the Earth, by the way, the Underworld existed before Hades.
Cerberus is the 3 headed dog that guards the gates of hades.
Hades lived in the Underworld. Poseidon lived with the other Olympians on Mount Olympus.
Because she was promised to Hades by her father Zeus. Actually, no. Hades tempted her into eating a pomegranate from the underworld, thus forcing her to stay and live with him.
Hades did not live on Mount Olympus.
Because he is the God of the Underworld.
Near the palace of Hades.
Hades and all the minor gods.
When the world was divided, Zeus got the land, Poseidon got the sea, and Hades got the underworld; therefore he did not live on Olympus because he had to watch over and rule the underworld.
Hades lived and ruled the Underworld. Sometimes it is mistaken that he had lived in Tartarus but don't be fooled by that, he lived in the underworld.
They go to the Underworld also knows as Hades. Then, depending on what they did during their lifetime, the part of Hades that they live in for the rest of eternity would be established.
Zeus and Hades were his brothers. He's closer to Zeus, because they both live in Olympus, while Hades lives in the Underworld.
Zeus lives on Mt. Olympus with all the rest of the Olympians, but since Hades is in charge of the Underworld that's where he lives. Hope I helped you :)
Well, if you're asking about the furies, Hades (flying) servants, they probably live in the Underworld, which is also referred to as Hades in some myths. Hope this helps
The rape of Persephone--she is Demeter's daughter. Hades carried her off and forced her to live with him as his wife for half of the year.
Persephone takes pity on Orpheus, so Hades allows him to take his dead wife, Eurydice, out of the Underworld to live again, so long as he doesn't gaze upon her until they are outside Hades' realm.
In Greek Mythology, Hades was once an Olympian like Zeus and Athena. However, he was cast out along with several others who were known as the Titans. Hades then came to represent the underworld; the direct opposite of Zeus and Mout Olympia