Today's Pantheon, the oldest large public building in use in the world, is the work of Hadrian (76 - 117 - 138 (62)), who rebuilt a 27BC south facaded structure erected by Augustus' contemporary and latterly son-in-law Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa ("M.Agrippa" - now that's a power name if ever there was one - that's him on the left in the Louvre Museum). Hadrian, the great builder Emperor, was nice enough to have Agrippa's name put on the new north facing facade.
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Veneza, Itália. O que visitar? Canais e suas gôndolas, Basílica de São Marcos (St. Mark’s Basilica) e desfrutar de uma cidade sem carros.