All year long
The Roman Pantheon was built in the 1st century BC, and celebrates all the Gods, as shown by the Greek origins of its name. This is one of the best preserved Roman monuments, it is still a church, as it was originally.
The building has a series of religious and secular features that have inspired innumerable architects at the four corners of the world, such as the pronaos (vestibule), with eight collums, the circular cell and the caisson cupola that you can admire from the sites, which have a panoramic view of the town.
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Closed on 1 January, 1 May and 25 December