"The Pantheon" Pantheon Tip by martin_nl

Pantheon, Rome: 272 reviews and 577 photos

  Pantheon
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The Pantheon is a magnificient building. It was designed by Hadrian to replace the temple that was designed earlier by Marcus Agrippa. The Pantheon was the temple for "All Gods". In the Middle Ages it became a church and the building itself a symbol of Rome.
Important sites in the Pantheon are the magnificient dome, the grave of Rafaël and the marble floor.

Address: Piazza della Rotonda
Directions: You can reach Pantheon with the electric bus 116. It's a very small bus, so keep your eyes open. If you miss it you can always walk of course and discover some other things in the area.
Phone: 06-68300230
Website: http://www.museionline.info/roma-musei-e-monumenti/pantheon

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated May 23, 2003
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