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Pantheon

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amazing building • free entry • catholic church • awe inspiring

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  • Photo of Πατσουράκος Κώστας
  • Photo of Remco Van der Kaay
    5 months ago
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  • Photo of Eva Ho
    8 months ago
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  • Photo of Eunseok Lee
    10 months ago
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  • Photo of Jason Aycoth
    a year ago
    The pantheon!
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  • Photo of Saroch Worakit
    2 years ago
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  • Photo of Paul Asel
    2 years ago
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  • Photo of Paul Asel
    2 years ago
    Victor Emanuel, the king who reunited Italy in 1861 for the first time since the fall of the Roman Empire is buried here
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  • Photo of Paul Asel
    2 years ago
    Ceiling with oculus is 142 feet high and 142 feet wide, a landmark of Roman engineering precision and a model for future capital buildings and domes such as the U.S. Capitol and St Peters Basilica
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  • Photo of Paul Asel
    2 years ago
    Massive 55 ton columns imported from Eqypt cover front courtyard. And engineering marvel in transport and setup
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  • Photo of Paul Asel
    2 years ago
    Ornate marble floor bears original design of circles and squares consistent with ceiling design
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  • Photo of Paul Asel
    2 years ago
    Sarcophagus for Rafael is below Madonna
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  • Photo of Paul Asel
    2 years ago
    Raphael is buried at the Pantheon
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  • Photo of Eric Douglas
    3 years ago
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  • Photo of Kaitlyn C
    6 months ago
    We didn't mean to find the Pantheon but were so excited when we did. It's free to go in, but remember that it's an active church. Being quiet while inside is necessary or they'll "shh" you! It's beautiful inside! I do wish there was a bit more information about the interior, like what all is original and what was taken from other places. But over all the Pantheon is beautiful. It's incredible that the dome is still intact. It's outrageous really. Definitely worth a visit! And there's tons of little places to eat nearby!
  • Photo of BRS31
    6 months ago
    Stunning place inside and outside. Cafe bars outside in the square offer better value than most other Piazzas in Rome which was surprising. The Pantheon is simply brilliant just to go in and have a look and take photos etc, well worth a visit.
  • Photo of culturebuff2017
    6 months ago
    One of the most stunning churches in Rome with plenty of evidence of its Roman temple origins. What's even better is it's free to enjoy!
  • Photo of CanmoreFunkyDude
    6 months ago
    This involved a short walk, and I had almost passed it before I realized I was there. (I came from the rear!) Its very historic, and well maintained, but also very crowded! Forget taking photos without people stepping in front of you as you press the button!
  • Photo of Borgia W
    6 months ago
    Neat to see this old building and take in the architecture that is so old! Worth a city walk to see this!
  • Photo of Loopah731
    6 months ago
    We toured this area at night... very dramatic and romantic. Really enjoyed the vastness of marble and evening lighting.
  • Photo of Ovidiu G
    6 months ago
    Meh, big columns and a big round empty space, very underwhelming for me. Better things to see in Rome
  • Photo of JeremyKnott
    6 months ago
    We didn't go inside so this review is judged solely on the outside and the piazza where we sat and had a drink and watched the world pass by.
  • Photo of TeacherOnTheMove
    6 months ago
    This landmark church is not to be missed. Although you sometimes have to line/queue up to get in, there is no admission fee. The wait is for crowd control -- we only waited about 10 minutes, so it wasn't bad.
  • Photo of Homer069
    6 months ago
    I am blown away by the construction, how the hell did they do it??? This is such an impressive building!! Go in late afternoon to avoid the crowds
  • Photo of Dean B
    6 months ago
    A wonderful location , busy but very good, it's free and the inside is wonderful, be amazed at the dome, the atmosphere and the history, great place to visit, takes 20-30 mins max to see all .
  • Photo of debsywalker
    6 months ago
    Great that the church is free but so impressive to sit at the fountain and admire from a distance. Amazing.
  • Photo of Ken P
    6 months ago
    Completely blown away by the ingenuity and sheer determination to build this engineering miracle in 120 b.c.
  • Photo of Kenneth M
    6 months ago
    Stunning building with seating area inside. It is free to enter and you can relax and take pictures. I highly recommend.
  • Photo of angusmc
    6 months ago
    I was fortunate enough to be staying very close to the Pantheon so got to see it several times per day. A fantastic looking building by day and by night, very well preserved given its age and history. The whole area has a great vibe and brilliant to stroll around or if you want to splash out the extra cash, have a meal or drink in its midst.
  • Photo of BenJohnson66
    6 months ago
    We called in here for our walk around Rome, no tickets required- early in the day to avoid the crowds- it was a 30-40 minute walk around- a very impressive building
  • Photo of LParnell
    6 months ago
    Large is not a big enough word to describe the Pantheon. The columns of marble are gigantic. I so need to see a Roman movie now so I can say "I have been there". Don't pass this up on your trip to Rome.
  • Photo of the_3_adventurers
    6 months ago
    For two days we walked down the side streets abutting the Pantheon before we turned down the right one and saw it for the first time. Inside, the artwork and the dome are just breathtaking. Another amazing piece of history we were so happy to experience.
  • Photo of Jae L
    6 months ago
    Pantheon in Rome is an impressive must-visit landmark, a former pagan temple and now Basilica Pantheon. The massive dome and interior are impressive. Pantheon with a hole at the ceiling was made even more famous by Dan Brown's Angels & Demons as the possible "Earth" element place where the predicted murder of the first Cardinal might take place. Visit to Pantheon can be combined with visit to Piazza Novona nearby. If you are tired and need a taxi or car service to return to your hotel, taxis are difficult to catch in Pantheon area. Although Uber service is quite reliable in Rome, it is not easy for the Uber car to come to your location in Pantheon area. One easy way to call an Uber car is to walk to nearby Minerva Hotel, and call the car to the hotel entrance. This worked well for us. [See my uploaded map image file for Minerva Hotel location]
  • Photo of Martin S
    6 months ago
    Great place to delve into ancient times. Entrance is free, so just take you time and step into this great building. Sit down at the steps at piazza della rotonda and just watch.

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