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A most stiking building. The dome is an engineering wonder. It looks practicaly brand new. Don't forget to pay your respects at the tomb of Raphael. Be sure to arrive early. It's busy all day during the summer.
Whether you're a history buff, a fan of architecture, a religious pilgrim, or just inquisitive, this is a site in Rome you must see. While it may not seem impressive to the modern eye, this dome has been standing for nearly 2000 years and probably...More
Walking through the Place Saint Genevieve past the shrine of the saint Genevieve and church of Saint-Étienne-du-Mont, we approached The Panthéon, deep in the heart of Paris on top of the Montagne Saint-Genevieve, the historic hill of the Latin Quarter. The Pantheon was originally built...More
Whenever we are in Rome, this building is always my first stop. It should be yours as well. It's an absolutely magnificent concrete structure . In addition, it's a great place to congregate and take advantage of restaurants, Gelato shops and souveniers
At the Pantheon, we were in shorts as it was a hot day in October. All was fine with that. At any church (or cathedral) no shorts for anyone, men or women. No sleeveless shirts either. Tourists forget about this and women... More
At the Pantheon, we were in shorts as it was a hot day in October. All was fine with that. At any church (or cathedral) no shorts for anyone, men or women. No sleeveless shirts either. Tourists forget about this and women especially get turned away no matter how long you've waited. Best to find a tour group, the tour guides will advise you about dress codes. I was there in October 2017.