Today’s Photo: The Pantheon at Night


The Pantheon

Built by Marcus Agrippa in 27 BC, on the Campus Martius (Field of Mars), the original Pantheon burned during a large fire in 80 AD.  Soon after the fire, it was rebuilt by Domitian, only to be burned again in 110 AD.  The current structure, likely designed by Trajan’s architect Apollodorus of Damascus, is credited to the Emperor Hadrian and dates to around 126 AD.


One response to “Today’s Photo: The Pantheon at Night”

  1. All mediterrean coinrtues have this great favourable climate for agriculture (all the year) and made so many food culture exchanges trough centuries; especially Italy whith his Mitteleuropa openning in Alps mountains, then you can find such a variety of wonderful (fresh) food Venice’s history gives this sort of vertigo too!

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