simple representation of the Pantheon of Rome
The Pantheon has represented, for more than two thousand years, the highest expression of the glory of Rome. Its history is inextricably linked to the development of the eternal city of which it is image throughout the centuries. The Pantheon was inspired by the greatest architects of the Renaissance, so much so that Raphael wanted to make it the place of his eternal rest.
The only Roman building remained practically intact through the centuries, this building was founded between 25 and 27 BC by Agrippa, as a temple dedicated to the twelve Gods and to the living sovereign.