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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
    7 months ago
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  • Photo of Eva Ho
    10 months ago
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  • Photo of Eunseok Lee
    a year 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
    3 years ago
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  • Photo of Paul Asel
    3 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
    3 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
    3 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
    3 years ago
    Ornate marble floor bears original design of circles and squares consistent with ceiling design
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  • Photo of Paul Asel
    3 years ago
    Sarcophagus for Rafael is below Madonna
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  • Photo of Paul Asel
    3 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 MANI000
    2 months ago
    Great place to stop by, one of the most popular sites in Rome, surely recommended, very busy sometimes.
  • Photo of gleove7
    2 months ago
    When in Rome one needs to visit pantheon. Very crowded, but still possible to see everything. This place makes an impression.
  • Photo of Syed Z
    2 months ago
    Big dome inside and huge columns makes this place awesome ! have 2 hours are sufficient i think ? or may be 1 hour ?
  • Photo of emma jane c
    2 months ago
    It's free to get in and absolutely beautiful!! They do have shawls for your shoulders if you forget. Look at the floor as you go in, the circles are the best place to stand to get the best view of the ceiling. The mirror was used so the artist could get an over view of the whole ceiling. They painted backwards!
  • Photo of Walker-Martins2017
    2 months ago
    It was my first visit to Rome but both my husband and son had been before, I had arranged excursions for most of our trip but had left one day for the two of them to come up with places they thought I would like to see, my son took us here first, it is an amazing building totally steeped in magical history, it does not have the ornate elagence of many of the buildings you will see in Rome but it was just fasciniating, (and free) well done son.
  • Photo of Sousxie
    2 months ago
    You can really feel the history of the place, it's awesome. The walls and ceiling artwork is beautiful and well preserved for its age.
  • Photo of AG4E
    2 months ago
    Along our walking tour of Rome, we (my wife and I and our private tour guide) got to the Pantheon. There was a rather long line, but it didn’t take so long for us to get in. The inside of the Pantheon, literally speaking, is absolutely mesmerizing. Our guide, being an architecture major himself, bombarded us with information about everything there. You could probably find all that online, but having someone with genuine knowledge of the matter explain about everything you see is not bad at all. You could still feast your eyes on the beauty of the place and just enjoy what you see, but I still recommend guided tours to such places. The Pantheon would probably be number 2 or 3 on your list of top attractions in Rome, so don’t miss out.
  • Photo of ItsMrAndMrsMills
    2 months ago
    A mind bogglingly old building. You'll be even more astounded by the engineering involved once you learn of its age.
  • Photo of Rhonda C
    2 months ago
    2nd year in a row thanks to a street vendor, my husband and I danced in front of this amazing building on our anniversary. Spent each morning at the restaurant in front for breakfast and many meals as well
  • Photo of Hannah G
    2 months ago
    A fantastic site to see. The shear scale of the building alone is incredible. Not too busy and free to enter- what more can you want?
  • Photo of kundr_km
    2 months ago
    this is awesome! what a huge "hole" on a roof :D but of course this had to be catholic in the end as well isnt it?
  • Photo of angmhecht
    2 months ago
    So old and majestic! Built as a pagan temple in the 1st century A.D., it is today a Catholic basilica. NOT to be missed!
  • Photo of Joyce P
    2 months ago
    The Pantheon is a must see when in Rome. It is a little crowded with mobs of tourists . I would suggest going early in the morning to beat the rush
  • Photo of RebeccaAB
    2 months ago
    I wouldn't say this is a must see, but if you have time, you probably should. It is close to the Trevi fountain and is free to enter- cover knees and shoulders to get in though. Only took about 5 mins to look inside but still worth the trip.
  • Photo of ocsky
    2 months ago
    Another place not to miss in Rome. Free entrance. Huge building . Takes a few minutes to see but have to walk to it. So comfy shoes a must while in Rome.
  • Photo of RabihAdada
    2 months ago
    Every place you go in Rome there is history and this is another Impressive Architecture built centuries ago, amazing to go even just around and enjoy. Like other places you find restaurants and Cafés that are pleasant as well
  • Photo of willis_w
    2 months ago
    Look we saw people getting scammed and let me tell you this is totally free. Just walk in and walk out. You can take pictures inside, you can take as long as you want, and again it's absolutely free!
  • Photo of Joey H
    2 months ago
    My favourite place in Rome. Don't spend just five minutes in the Pantheon. Get the audio guide and learn more about it. You will appreciate it even more.
  • Photo of Hannah D
    2 months ago
    We really enjoyed our trip to the Pantheon, the architecture and decoration of the place is stunning. You will need to have your shoulders covered, and if you're going to wear shorts make them long shorts, to the knee is a safe bet. It gets busy around midday and then through to early evening so the morning worked for us both times we went, we could walk straight in without queuing. The downside of this and the nearby churches for us, maybe because we're atheists, maybe not, was that these buildings were full of wealth - guilded statues and paintings, gold ornaments etc. - and yet outside there was always a beggar, desperate for help. It left us wondering what the point of all this wealth is if the church wasn't prepared to help those in need.
  • Photo of kcchin
    2 months ago
    A beautifully preserved building that is 2000 years of age. It was once a temple, now it is a church. Tho this is a tourist attraction, there are still some pews available for anyone to use for quiet prayers. I found the building amazing. Even the sides and the rear of the Pantheon exudes history. The streets around The Pantheon are higher than the porch of the structure because of all the debris that has accumulated and built over the centuries. At one time, The Pantheon was higher than all the surrounding streets and structures. Read a little history before visiting, you'll appreciate The Pantheon even more.

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