Monument

Pantheón

Christian says

Romans always say "when it starts raining, run to the Pantheón". Why? Because it has a round hole in it's ceiling and water comes through it as a tube.

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Via della Minerva, 82, 00186 Roma RM, Italia

The Pantheon of Agrippa is a temple dedicated to all the gods. The word Pantheon means "temple of all the gods". It's circular and it was built between 118 and 125 AD, ordered by Adriano, over the ruins of the temple that was in that spot, which had been built in 27 BC by Agrippa and which was burnt down in the year 80.

Romans refer to it as La Rotonda, that's why the square that's there is called like that.

INFORMATION

Price: free entrance

Opening hours: every day from 9:00 to 18:00.

The Pantheon of Agrippa is a temple dedicated to all the gods. The word Pantheon means "temple of all the gods". It's circular and it was built between 118 ...

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The Pantheon of Agrippa is a temple dedicated to all the gods. The word Pantheon means "temple of all the gods". It's circular and it was built between 118 and 125 AD, ordered by Adriano, over the ruins of the temple that was in that spot, which had been built in 27 BC by Agrippa and which was burnt down in the year 80.

Romans refer to it as La Rotonda, that's why the square that's there is called like that.

INFORMATION

Price: free entrance

Opening hours: every day from 9:00 to 18:00.

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