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Very very interesting from an architectural point of view.
And also really nice to listen a mess on sunday morning.
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The PANTHEON - Another Must-See!
The PANTHEON - another awesome Roman building is the final resting place of the kings of Italy. It holds the tombs of Victor Emmanuel II, Humbert I and Margherita di Savoia.
Rome's best preserved ancient temple. Walk down Piazza della Rotondo and you cannot miss it!!! Housed inside is the tomb of artist Raphael.
That is not the moon.
The Pantheon's roof has a hole in the middle.
It is the only window of the whole structure.
In the Pantheon many kings where buried
While in Rome we saw many interesting buildings. One those I've personally enjoyed the most was this one! It's really impressive to see this stone building and its huge hole at the top!
One of my favourite buildings in all of Rome - the Pantheon. This beautiful building is free to enter and a lovely place to escape from the sun!
The only opening is in the 9 metre wide centre of the dome which creates a magnificent luminous effect .
Hours 8:30am - 7:30pm
(Sunday 9am - 6pm)
The Pantheon was designed by the Emperor Hadrian in about AD 120. The doors are original bronze and the interior is encased in marble.
The dome of the pantheon is open to the weather and forms the only source of sunlight inside. There are drainage holes in the floor for any rain!
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Wonders of Rome
Yet another architectural spectacle of Rome. The pantheon was built as the “temple to all gods”. Its amazingly well done inside with a 10 M hole in the roof which but never lets in rain.
Very interesting Roman work of engineering, and well preserved monument housing the tombs of important Italian kings and artists. Situated on a nice piazza.
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The Pantheon is a remarkable dome with a 10 m hole ( oculus ) in the roof.
Pagan temple turned church, the Pantheon is an architectural wonder. The dome's diameter and height of the walls are nearly equal and make for an usual sight.
The grandest monument of Roman antiquity, built by Hadrian in AD 128. The immense cupola was until 1960 the largest freestanding dome in the world.
Also you must absolutely visit...
Also you must absolutely visit the Pantheon very near from the Piazza Navona. It's a Roman temple built by the Emperor Adriano in the year 118 b.C.
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