Piazza della Rotonda, (Rome)

Among the buildings of classical antiquity, the Pantheon is certainly one that best has been preserved, in virtue of its transformation into a church (Santa Maria ad Martyres) in 609. The original building was built between 27 and 25 BC by Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa in honour of Augustus and later dedicated to the main family deity Giulio Claudia. Its present forms date back to the early years of the reign of Hadrian (118-125). A huge cylindrical wall (la Rotonda) of over 6 meters thick holds the monumental Dome, the largest time made in masonry, with a diameter of 43.30 meters and equal height.

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