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Piazza della Rotonda, Roma

Pantheon (from Greek: pan - all and theoi - gods) is an ancient circular temple in Rome, originally devoted to all the gods, and since 609 dedicated to the Virgin Mary of the Martyrs (Santa Maria dei Martiri, also Santa Maria Rotonda). It belongs to the most important and most preserved ancient temples and buildings in general. The temple was built by Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa (son-in-law of Emperor Augustus) from 29 to 19 BC, in the form of a basilica as a private sanctuary. After 80 AD, the temple - perhaps after the fire - was restored after Emperor Domitian. Today's circular form of the Pantheon dates from the time of Hadrian († 138).


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