Pantheon Rome

The Pantheon
photo via flickr.com by Mark Broadhead, Melbourne, sent to my group BLOG IT!
frizz comment:
the PANTHEON building in Rome, Italy: the hole in the ceiling works (if there is a sunbeam) like a clock, pointing to hours, weeks, months, years, decades; when we visited this tribute to all Gods (one of the oldest architecture in Europe) some birds came in through the hole; a feather tumbled down to me, sitting on the old shimmering marble …

related:
http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2011/11/11/weekly-photo-challenge-wonder/

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21 responses to “Pantheon Rome

  1. Great architecture 🙂

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  2. I hope to visit Italy someday…

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  3. amazing architecture! i have always dreamed of visiting Rome!

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  4. Another must visit added to my list!

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  5. This is a truly beautiful building. What a pity there was no sunbeam coming through the opening in the top of the ceiling – that would have been an awesome experience! But the bird feather floating down from it was almost as good!

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  6. theWomanAtTheWell

    You always take me to such beautiful and interesting places, thanks Frizz, I really enjoyed reading your thoughts and hearing about the feather falling down to you. thank you for blessing me today.

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  7. What a riot… Is this your shot of the same one used in the Daily Post? Love it! 🙂

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  8. Wolfgang Hermann

    this building is a human masterpiece

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  9. Excellent architecture … beautiful
    Thanks,
    Isadora

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  10. thirdhandart

    An architectural wonder captured very well by amazing photographers!

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  11. beautiful photo, it was packed when I visited, I think I would love to sit in there in the early morning before anyone else arrive, maybe another time.

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  12. Good article, lots of superb facts. I want to show my girlftriend and ask them the issues they think.

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  13. Walking around in the Pantheon, was a unique feeling; one of the miracles of the world, as old as civilization, as well preserved as if it was buit during our lifetime.

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