Built by Emperor Hadrian between 118 and 125 AD over an existing temple completed by General Marcus Agrippa in 27 BC, the Pantheon was one of the most famous buildings of ancient times.
Now over two thousand years old, the building has been a Christian church since 608 AD although, as suggested by the Greek origins of its name (pan = all; theos = God), Hadrian’s temple was dedicated to the worship of all gods.
The Pantheon is also important for the significant personalities of Italian history that have been buried in it: for instance, Raffaello is buried inside the church, as well as the kings of Italy Vittorio Emanuele II and Umberto I.
Our Apartments in Navona - Campo de' Fiori area
- ALTEMPS, in the historic center of Rome
- BAULLARI, area of Campo de Fiori, close to Piazza Navona
- BAULLARI II, right in between Campo de Fiori and Piazza Navona
- BAULLARI III, the large holiday apartment offers space for 14 persons
- BORROMINI, located in via del Governo Vecchio
- CAMPO DE' FIORI, only 150 metres from Piazza Campo de' Fiori
- CAMPO DE' FIORI II, on the second floor of a 17th century palazzo
- CAMPO DE' FIORI III, an exclusive apartment
- CASTEL SANT'ANGELO I, along the Tiber River
- CASTEL SANT'ANGELO II, on the right side of the Tiber River
- CORONARI, in one of the most characteristic areas in the center of Rome
- FARNESE, on the first floor of a 19th century palazzo
- GIULIA, close to Campo de’ Fiori
- GIULIA II, The holiday apartment at only two steps from the historic via Giulia
- NAVONA, the attic on top of a historic palazzo
- CAMPO MARZIO - Huge apartment with terraces in the heart of the city