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Underground Rome: Beneath the Streets Small-Group Tour
"Meet your guide and group at the central departure point to begin the tour. Head to your first destination the Piazza Navona built over the site of the Stadium of Domitian.Hear about the piazza's original use before descending to the most important stadium of the Roman Republic. Commissioned by Emperor Titus Flavius Domitianus in around 80 AD the stadium was primarily used for athletic contests. Back on street level stroll over to the Pantheon temple to all the gods of Rome. Discover the original street level of Ancient Rome at the ruins of Hadrian's Temple. Look below ground to see evidence of streets from centuries gone by.Next
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Skip the Line Colosseum and Pantheon Small Group Guided tour
"Everyone has heard about the Colosseum growing up so it is obviously a priority when you come to Rome. Built nearly 2000 years ago still today the Colosseum is one of the most iconic monuments in the history of mankind! But we don’t want to just show you the monument; we want to make it come alive for you. To relive the last moments of a gladiator to hear the roaring crowd of more than 60000 people and feel the awe that someone who’s first time in Rome would have felt at the grandeur and magnificence of the Eternal City. We will show you the Senate House and the Roman Forum by walking on the Via dei Fori Imperiali from which you will here politics religion and war melted to create the great Roman Empire.  This street will take you to Venice Square that still celebrates the Unification of Italy with its imposing national monument
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Skip the Line: Colosseum and Ancient Rome Small-Group Walking Tour Including Pantheon and Piazza Navona
"The best way to visit Rome is to join this 3.5-hour small group guided walking tour. Your professional guide will take you directly inside the Colosseum and the Roman Forum passing the long lines at the entrance. This tour offers the perfect introduction learn about monuments like the Curia inside the Roman Forum admire the Capitoline Hill and it's great view over the Roman Forum and enjoy photo stops at Rome’s big-name attractions such as Piazza Venezia Largo di Torre Argentina Pantheon and Piazza Navona! This tour is a perfect introduction for first-time visitors but it also gives plenty of new information for visitors already familiar with the Eternal city. A great overview and orientation of the Ancient city for everybody who wants to learn more about it's great history.Choose from different start times professional and expert guide."
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Pantheon inside and out

Unlike most huge monuments, the Pantheon takes only a moment to be overwhelmed by its beauty - stop at the portico - take a few steps - look ahead - left - right - upward -- it is all right there...
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Jul 02, 2006

Pantheon Church of Santa Maria ad Martyres

The Pantheon is thought to have been originally been built in honor of the seven Roman gods that lent their names to the first known planets. Located in the Piazza della Rotonda, Roman legend says...
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Apr 16, 2009

The mother of all Roman temples

We visited the Pantheon on our second day in Rome so of course we were impressed, but we probably would have been just as impressed had it been our second to last day. The Pantheon as it stands now...
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Nov 24, 2014

The Pantheon, Part II

Inside the Pantheon, you will note that sixteen monolithic granite columns support the portico. At one time, the ceiling of this portico was covered with bronze, which weighed about 450 pounds, but it...
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May 11, 2005

Piazza della Rotonda

Another meeting point. The first thing that strikes you: The Pantheon. This jewel of Roman architecture just dominates this charming place. Very busy, filled with terraces, restaurants and bars (and...
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Jun 11, 2004

Gift of the Gods - The Pantheon

The Pantheon, the temple to “all the gods,” was spared destruction because it was given to a religion with one god. Lucky for us.Indeed, today, the Pantheon still functions as a Roman Catholic church,...
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May 21, 2006

Hadrian's Masterpiece

Don't miss this one! The Pantheon (pronounced PAN-tee-on) is one of Rome's most important treasures as it's the most well-preserved structure of its age in the city and possibly in the world. Designed...
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Feb 06, 2014

The Church at the Pantheon

Originally a temple for all pagan gods, the temple was converted into a church in 609. The Pantheon contains the tombs of Raphael and of several Italian Kings. Its interior design contrast with the...
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Aug 27, 2008

Pantheon: Part I, The Exterior

“My intentions had been that this sanctuary of All Gods should reproduce the likeness of the terrestrial globe and of the stellar sphere.”— Emperor Hadrian (AD 76-AD 138) his thoughts on the...
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Apr 16, 2009


It’s one of the rare things which is free in Rome. The exterior of the Pantheon for me is not such impressive like the interior. The name Pantheon comes from the fact that it was originally a temple...
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Aug 10, 2005

Pantheon: The crown jewel of Roman architecture

The Pantheon is without a doubt the best preserved Roman monument. It is also one of the most copied piece of architecture in the world. People who know Washington DC will see similarities with the...
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Jun 18, 2004


Pantheon(pic 1) is one of the must-see sites in Rome so it was no surprise that we met with hordes of other tourists there. It is located at piazza della Rotonda(pic 5), a square full of tourists,...
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Mar 20, 2011
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Basilica Santa Maria Sopra Minerva

Known in English as St. Mary above Minerva, this is one of major Catholic churches in the city centre. This church was built over the ruins of a temple which was dedicated to Isis, a Egyptian...
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Piè di Marmo

Pieces of bronze, golden and marble statues are scattered all over Rome. This piece of marble is from a foot (Pie di Marmo). It is from one of the temples of the Egyptian gods Isis and Serapis. And...
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Chiesa Sant'Ivo Alla Sapienza

St Ives, when you lived among us You were the advocate of the poor The defender of widows and orphans, Provider for all the needy. Listen today to our prayer! Help us to love justice as you loved...
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Chiesa San Ignazio di Loyola

This church was built between 1626 and 1685. It is dedicated to Saint Ignatius of Loyola; the founder of the Jesuite order. This was the second church on this spot. Its main highlight is the troemp l'...
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Chiesa San Luigi dei Francesi

The Chiesa San Luigi dei Francesi (Church of St. Louis of the French) is along the way to Piazza Navona and is just beside the Palazzo Madama. This Church is the National Church of the State of France...
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Fountain of the Four Rivers - Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi

If you watched the Movie Angels and Demons in 2009, this was the fountain where Cardinal and the would be Pope Baggia was thrown by the Assasin as the fourth altar of Illumination of which Robert...
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