Pantheon of Agrippa
The Pantheon of Agrippa is one of the most fascinating legacies of the architecture of ancient Rome. National Geographic Historia selected the Roman Temples infographic to show the exceptional nature of this building in the The Pantheon in Rome, The Last Wonder of Antiquity Report. This unique temple has one of the most majestic domes in the world, whose diameter and height are 43 meters. Its construction was projected and commissioned by the general, politician and architect Marcus Agrippa (63-12 BC), during the government of his father-in-law and friend, Emperor Augustus (27-14 BC), and concluded in 126 AC by the Emperor Hadrian (76-138 AC).
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