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The Pantheon in the Plaza della Rotonda in Rome. Its current form dates from about A.D. 126 when the Emperor Hadrian rebuilt it over Marcus Agrippa's original temple dating from 27 B.C. The temple was dedicated to the classical gods. The name comes from the Greek words pan (all) and theos (god). The Pantheon has been a Christian church since about 608.
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