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Reviewed today

This is a free site and you can wonder around inside and if you are interested there are information points that cost 2euros. We spent 20 minutes here on our walking tour of the old city

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This its a must see for any visit to Rome. Now a church, it was a Roman temple and the very large dome is quite impressive as well as very attractive. there is no admission fee.

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One not to miss - fabulous. It is so refreshing that there are no entrance charges but you can choose to make your own donations.

Thank Seatonlady
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When you stand in the pantheon it is absolutely unbelievable that the building is 2,000 years old. It is in perfect condition - could have been built in the 1980’s. There isn’t a lot there so I wouldn’t allow more than an hour, but it is truly amazing and well worth going. It is an active church so it is free to visit.

Thank Tom L
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Reviewed today

Arrive early for a less crowded experience, and, as with any visit, study up as much as you can. Sit in the few chairs provided and take it in. Look for the place Brunelleschi drilled in in order to see how the great rotunda was built. See Rafael's tomb. Walk around the exterior. The Pantheon is arguably humanity's greatest building, whose architectural significance rivals its historical and religious significance. The Coliseum receives more visitors and stands as a chief symbol of Rome. But there are coliseums all over the Roman empire. There is only one Pantheon.

Thank MarkSherouse
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Reviewed yesterday

we like the dome and the science behind the same -- the open dome at the centre and the water fall from the same goes in the open hole down without any disturbance to the church

Thank cynra
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Reviewed yesterday

very nice lost in time a marvel of history, a temple then converted into a church . with magnificent structure

Thank Ra H
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Located in the heart of Rome, this historical building houses incredible architecture and historic religious heritage. Both inside and outside architecture is magnificent. The dome is incredible. Be respectful inside. It is busy. A great place for tons of photography opportunities.

Thank vegasrugbyref
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Reviewed yesterday

This is an incredible building both inside and out. Worth the wait. The listed opening times in the guide books are only really a rough guide. When we were there they had a church service going on. They closed to tourists for an hour (during the service), then reopened afterwards staying open well-past their posted opening times. We got in after dark, but I think that the eye would be best appreciated in the daylight, so go really early in the day (remembering the time to queue).

Thank Tami S
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Very beautiful and amazing building. It’s a wonder how it was built. The marble floors still very whole and interesting how they have holes in them to drain the rain coming from the hole in the roof. Totally worth the visit.

Thank Kata00
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