Entry Fee : Free
Guided Tour : Euro 35
Timings and Open Days : 8:30 AM to 7:30 PM from Monday to Saturday
9:00 AM to 6:00 PM on Sunday. It is closed on all national holidays and is open from 9:00 AM to 12:45 PM on public holidays.
The former Roman temple, now a church, the Pantheon is one of the most ancient buildings in Rome. The oculus in this building is the main source of natural light and has been in continuous use throughout its history. Adopting a different, non-traditional structure from other Roman monuments, this attraction is one of the best-preserved buildings in the nation and is a must-visit for anyone who is interested in Roman history.
The construction of this building was conducted under the reign of Hadrian and its dome signifies the hard work and efforts of Roman architects. The building has a Latin inscription in the front, the original dedication by Margus Agrippa. It is also often called the eighth wonder of the world and is a true architectural wonder. Even though the real purpose of the Pantheon is still unknown, it is called the “sphinx of the Campus Martius” which refers to the history, location and architecture of this place- how standing in front of the Pantheon can take visitors 2000 years back, manifesting how glorious Rome truly is.
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