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National Pantheon (Pantheon Nacional)

C/ Las Damas | Zona Colonial, Santo Domingo 10210, Dominican Republic
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This 18th-century Jesuit church is the resting place for many of the greatest Dominican heroes.
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C/ Las Damas | Zona Colonial, Santo Domingo 10210, Dominican Republic
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Reviewed August 14, 2017

We have spend whole day visiting Santo Domingo. It was really nice and HOT :). We have seen a lot of historical places and monuments. I have to admit National Pantheon is a very nice and worth to see. We have booked this tour directly...More

Thank Magdalena M
Reviewed August 13, 2017 via mobile

Stop by for few minutes while walking streets of Zona Colonial. Not much special but it is part of historical district.

Thank Konstantin Y
Reviewed July 24, 2017

a rather featureless shrine, outside architecture is interesting, would not plan more than a 10 minute visit

Thank tattard
Reviewed July 1, 2017

First how to get there ? Simply by discovering the spanish aera of Santo Domingo , just after the Diego Colomb castle. Guides are waiting for you and give us interesting explanations suchas the Dominican flag with the " open bible" and many others things...More

Thank Alain P
Reviewed June 23, 2017

The Dominican Republic may be a small country, but this place is a beautiful testament to its people's huge patriotism. We were lucky enough to be there during the changing of the guard. It was a beautiful display of precision that ended with the playing...More

Thank freutmich
Reviewed June 22, 2017

This building is very interesting, especially if you pay close attention to the story of the heroes that lay there. It features memorial tomb stones for many Dominican heroes, including the first president of the republic. The floor is original, made out of beautiful coral...More

Thank Adriana P
Reviewed May 30, 2017

We were taken round the pantheon as part of a tour. The guard is changed every hour. The building and contents are worth visiting

Thank PavlH
Reviewed May 22, 2017

This building is beautiful inside and out! There are a lot of interesting historical facts about it as well, so it is helpful to have a knowledgeable tour guide. Overall, this was a cool experience. The guards do a special walk and gun choreography (I'm...More

Thank Stephanie M
Reviewed May 17, 2017

The structure was built 1714-1746 as a Jesuit church and was renovated in 1956 to serve as a national mausoleum. Our visit was part of a walking tour of the city so we already had a guide who provided us with information about the site...More

Thank Jenny W
Reviewed May 7, 2017

Panteón Nacional Dominicano An olde Historical 1700's Church, serving as... "Dominican Republic National Pantheon" Yesterday was an important moment in our second Homeland; it was presidential election day in La France. Two oposites side of political movement were on play... that crucial it was-yesterday- for...More

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