The mighty Pantheon stands as one of the best preserved ancient Roman buildings in the world and is one of Rome’s most famous attractions.
Constructed in 118 AD by emperor Hadrian, the building that stands today was actually built on the site where an earlier temple stood that was commissioned by Agrippa.
At the front of the building stands a rectangular porch lined with huge columns and a dedication to Agrippa on the triangular pediment.
The interior features a magnificent dome that has a series of stone patterns and a central coffer that allows light to spill through.
Located in the centre of Rome on the Piazza della Rotonda, the Pantheon should be a true highlight and is another must visit.