The Asphodel Meadows:

The Asphodel Meadows are a section of the ancient Greek underworld where ordinary souls are sent to live after death... Some depictions describe it as a land of utter neutrality. That is, while the inhabitants were in life neither good nor evil, so they are treated in the afterlife. Other depictions have also stated that all residents drink from the river Lethe before entering the fields, thus losing their identities.