Pantheon (Rome, 2nd century)

Pantheon (Rome, 2nd century)

The ´Temple of all gods´ was built during the reign of the Roman Emperor Hadrian.

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Panteons, dievības, baznīca, Mars lauks, Agripa, Roma, kupols, rotonda, portikas, Oculus, granīta kolonna, tympanum, kafija, Hadriāns, Pasaules mantojums, Viktor Emmanuel II, Raffaello Santi, senatne

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Panthéon (Paris, 18th century)

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Solomon's Temple (Jerusalem, 10th century BC)

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