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Address: Piazza della Rotonda, 00186 Rome, Italy
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About Pantheon, Rome

This ancient monument is probably as recognizable and iconic as the Colloseum in Rome. The Pantheon was commissioned by Marcus Agrippa and was originally meant to be a temple dedicated all of the different gods and goddesses in Roman mythology.

The dome of the Pantheon is to this day the largest unreinforced concrete dome in the world. There have been and continue to be extensive preservation work done to the Pantheon which has helped it stay in pristine condition. One will certainly feel like he or she is transported back to the days of olden Rome when they visit this landmark.

Today, the Pantheon is dedicated to ‘St. Mary and the Martyrs’ and is a symbol of Christian dominance in Rome. It is locally referred to as Santa Maria della Rotonda. Plan a trip to Rome and see this architectural wonder for yourself!

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The monument of Pantheon, no doubt, is one of the most iconic structures of Rome. Its quintessential look has earned it a lot of admirers over the time. The attraction is free for visitors, hence you do not have to pay any Pantheon Ticket Prices to visit the site. Since there is no Pantheon Tickets, there is no need to rush or hurry to Buy Tickets for Pantheon. Take your sweet time to come here and delve in its ancient beauty.

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How To Get To Pantheon by Public Transport

  • Subway to Barberini station, Line A or Colosseo Station, Line B

Restaurants Near Pantheon

  • L'Arena del Gelato – Ice cream, desserts
  • Il Peperoncino D'oro – Innovative gastro-pub

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  • It's free so many people seem to think it's a quick in and out but linger; listen or read a guide. This the most well preserved ancient Roman building you'll ever see unless you rent a time machine. Mentally replace the Christian statues with Roman gods and your there. Also, visit Raphael's resting place. Soak up the atmosphere. Well worth it.

  • An absolute must see for those seeking both classic Roman architecture and gorgeous Catholic Churches. Functional church inside so you could stop and say a prayer if you so choose, or you can walk through for free. Nice area with lots of tourist type restaurants and some great gelato spots. If you wander a few streets over there are some nice shops. Walking distance to lots of other beautiful churches and museums.

  • One of the iconic buildings that represent the Roman era in history. Originally built as a cemetery for great leaders and then changed into a church. A masterpiece in architecture, contains many nice sculptures inside. The surrouding streets and yard are also charming with a lot of cafes and restaurants around, where you can take a nice meal and listen to live music played in the street.

  • If you ask me what you need to see in Rome, this is my answer: Pantheon! A marvelous well-preserved antique temple with the most mystic magic dome as roof with a hole in the middle that sunlight shines almost divinely fine in from. It's so beautiful inside so you must go there and is free to visit and still after more than 2000 years works as a sacred place in full function. So beautiful!

  • Worth a visit. Don't let the long lines deter you. The entry is free. And the lines move fast. Lots of good eateries around. Choose any and enjoy the atmosphere around. You'll have music performances, mimes, acrobats. Nice place to see the ancient world and the current world merge.

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