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  • The Pantheon ( or (UK), or (USA), Pantheon,Rarely Pantheum. This appears in Pliny's Natural History (XXXVI.
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  • a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services
  • A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging on a short-term basis. The provision of basic accommodation, in times past, consisting only of a room with a bed, a cupboard, a small table and a washstand has largely been replaced by rooms with modern facilities, including en-suite
  • An establishment providing accommodations, meals, and other services for travelers and tourists
  • A code word representing the letter H, used in radio communication
  • In French contexts an hotel particulier is an urban "private house" of a grand sort. Whereas an ordinary maison was built as part of a row, sharing party walls with the houses on either side and directly fronting on a street, an hotel particulier was often free-standing, and by the eighteenth
hotel pantheon rome - The Pantheon:
The Pantheon: Design, Meaning, and Progeny, Second Edition
The Pantheon: Design, Meaning, and Progeny, Second Edition
The Pantheon in Rome is one of the grand architectural statements of all ages. This richly illustrated book isolates the reasons for its extraordinary impact on Western architecture, discussing the Pantheon as a building in its time but also as a building for all time.
Mr. MacDonald traces the history of the structure since its completion and examines its progeny--domed rotundas with temple-fronted porches built from the second century to the twentieth--relating them to the original. He analyzes the Pantheon's design and the details of its technology and construction, and explores the meaning of the building on the basis of ancient texts, formal symbolism, and architectural analogy. He sees the immense unobstructed interior, with its disk of light that marks the sun's passage through the day, as an architectural metaphor for the ecumenical pretensions of the Roman Empire.
Past discussions of the Pantheon have tended to center on design and structure. These are but the starting point for Mr. MacDonald, who goes on to show why it ranks--along with Cheops's pyramid, the Parthenon, Wren's churches, Mansard's palaces-as an architectural archetype.

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Exterior - Pantheon Royal Suite, Rome, Italy
Exterior - Pantheon Royal Suite, Rome, Italy
Pantheon Royal Suite is located in the center of Rome, in front of the Pantheon (Piazza della Rotonda). The contrast between modern and old times is the signature of Pantheon Royal Suite, located in an eightieth century historical building in the heart of ancient Rome. From Piazza della Rotonda you can quickly reach the most beautiful corners of the historical center of Rome: lovely squares, the tiny lanes of the medieval area, its monumental buildings, and commercial streets for your shopping and busy markets, everything in a few minutes walk from Pantheon Royal Suite.
Hotel Pantheon Rome
Hotel Pantheon Rome
Beyond this modest entrance is an absolutely lovely little hotel within walking distance of the Pantheon in Rome. Highly recommended!

hotel pantheon rome
hotel pantheon rome
Day Tours of Rome - Passage to Roma 2010
In this book, which is a companion to our new Passage to Roma DVD, you will be taken on six distinct walking tours of Rome. The tours encompass all eras and areas. You'll see the ancient blended with the renaissance.

Unlike most Rome travel guides, we do not focus on bars, hotels or restaurants. Instead we take you to the sites that most tourists hope to see, as well as many that are almost unknown. We give you detailed descriptions and histories behind each of the sites. We also let you in on the stories behind many of the locations.

We provide you with detailed maps and bus routes. We give you exact directions on how to get around this sometimes confusing city. In most of the tours, we tell you how to take short-cuts, thus reducing both the time and distances.

Each tour is designed to take about one-half day, at a leisurely pace.

We show you how to bypass the sometimes very long lines at the most popular sites, such as the Colosseum. We tell you how to save both time and money.

You can also access our free website to get even more information, such as bus routes, free guide brochures, our own free MP3 audio guides and much more. www.passagetoroma.com

Plus, when you buy the Kindle Book,we tell you how to purchase our updated DVD series at a discount, essentially getting both the Kindle and the DVD for less than the cost of the DVD alone.

If you are planning a trip to Rome or just simply want to learn more about the Eternal City, this is the book and DVD to own.

In this book, which is a companion to our new Passage to Roma DVD, you will be taken on six distinct walking tours of Rome. The tours encompass all eras and areas. You'll see the ancient blended with the renaissance.

Unlike most Rome travel guides, we do not focus on bars, hotels or restaurants. Instead we take you to the sites that most tourists hope to see, as well as many that are almost unknown. We give you detailed descriptions and histories behind each of the sites. We also let you in on the stories behind many of the locations.

We provide you with detailed maps and bus routes. We give you exact directions on how to get around this sometimes confusing city. In most of the tours, we tell you how to take short-cuts, thus reducing both the time and distances.

Each tour is designed to take about one-half day, at a leisurely pace.

We show you how to bypass the sometimes very long lines at the most popular sites, such as the Colosseum. We tell you how to save both time and money.

You can also access our free website to get even more information, such as bus routes, free guide brochures, our own free MP3 audio guides and much more. www.passagetoroma.com

Plus, when you buy the Kindle Book,we tell you how to purchase our updated DVD series at a discount, essentially getting both the Kindle and the DVD for less than the cost of the DVD alone.

If you are planning a trip to Rome or just simply want to learn more about the Eternal City, this is the book and DVD to own.

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