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Buildings

  • Pantheon, Rome, a temple built circa 125 AD to all Roman gods, now a Christian church.
  • Panthéon, Paris, the funerary Hall of Fame of the French nation.
  • Pantheon, London, an 18th century place of entertainment.
  • Pantheon, Rousse, a Bulgarian national monument.
  • Pantheon, Moscow, a project in the 1950s to construct a monumental memorial tomb in Moscow, Soviet Union.
  • Panteón Nacional, a Venezuelan national monument.
  • Pantheon, Vincennes, a theatre built in 1921. Where Red Skelton got his start in show business.

Facade of the Pantheon The Pantheon (Latin Pantheon[1], from Greek Πάνθεον Pantheon, meaning Temple of all the gods) is a building in Rome which was originally built as a temple to the seven deities of the seven planets in the state religion of Ancient Rome. ... Events Construction of the Pantheon (Rome) as it stands today by Hadrian. ... Roman mythology can be considered as two parts. ... For other uses, see Christian (disambiguation). ... A church building (or simply church) is a building used in Christian worship. ... The Panthéon Interior Dome of the Panthéon Entrance of the Panthéon Voltaires statue and tomb in the crypt of the Panthéon The Panthéon (Latin Pantheon[1], from Greek Pantheon, meaning All the Gods) is a building in the Latin Quarter in Paris, France. ... Wyatts Pantheon in Oxford Street, London The Pantheon is a building on Oxford Street in London. ... For other uses, see Pantheon. ... One of several proposals of a new Pantheon in Moscow The Pantheon (Russian: ), officially also called the Monument of the eternal glory of the great people of the Soviet country (Russian: ), was a project to construct a monumental memorial tomb in Moscow, Soviet Union. ... The National Pantheon (Panteón Nacional) The old facade of the National Pantheon (Panteón Nacional). ...

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Pantheon, Rome - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1612 words)
Although the identity of the Pantheon's primary architect remains uncertain, it is largely assigned to Apollodorus of Damascus.
The original Pantheon was built in 27 BC-25 BC under the Roman Empire, during the third consulship of Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa, and his name is inscribed on the portico of the building.
He seems to have intended the Pantheon, a temple to all the gods, to be a kind of ecumenical or syncretist gesture to the subjects of the Roman Empire who did not worship the old gods of Rome, or who (as was increasingly the case) worshipped them under other names.
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