Build almost 2000 years ago, the Pantheon represents one of the symbols of Rome. Its name derives from the greek and gives yet an idea of what it used to be: the temple of all the gods. It was built on the spot of a previous temple commissioned by Agrippa. In fact, looking at the facade, it is possible to read an inscription regarding the console who wanted the Pantheon. What makes an impression is its shape: the circle dominates the monument and the dome is a straordinary example of architecture. Once inside, stand in the centre and have a look at the hole that takes up the centre of the dome. This is the only natural source of light in the Pantheon and on the ground there is a draining system for the rain. Within some tombs and paintings are conserved.