Breathtaking and a must see. It demistfies and explain the pantheon. Sitting on top of its own archeological site, the building in itself is an architectural wonder protecting an ancient site yet standing tall to explain another. The 5 ? fee is well worth it. And its a pleasent walk to or from the pantheon.
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