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Gian Lorenzo Bernini. San Andrea del Quirinal, Roma. Interior.

Sant' Andrea al Quirinale平面和外觀看起來像個集中是平面的教堂 可是使用上卻像Bascilica

Interior of the Pantheon, an ancient Roman temple built in honor of Roman gods. Constructed of concrete, it features a large dome with an oculus of 43.3 meters (142 ft) in diameter.

Interior of the Pantheon, an ancient Roman temple built in honor of Roman gods. Constructed of concrete, it features a large dome with an oculus of 43.3 meters (142 ft) in diameter.

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Colosseum, Rome, Italy

Rome is about 2800 years old which makes it one of the most ancient and interesting cities in the world. Major historical sights in Rome include the Colosseum, the Pantheon, the Roman Forum, the Vatican

The Tabularium building peeking through the columns of the Temple of Vespasian and Titus, Roman Forum, Italy

The Tabularium was erected by Q. Lutatius Catulus in 78 B.C. The bronze tablets of laws and decrees are kept here. The Tabularium derives its name from bronze tabulae. Laws and official acts were engraved on these tablets. It is one of the few remains of the Republican era. Tabularium began to be constructed after the fire that destroyed the Temple of Jupiter Optimus Maximus in 83 BC. After the fire, the reconstruction of the big temple was entrusted to Quintus Lutatius Catulus (149–87 BC)…

Plastico di Roma Imperiale. Particolare con i palazzi imperiali sul Palatino in primo piano / Plastico di Roma imperiale / Percorsi per sale - Museo della Civiltà Romana

Nelle 59 sezioni del Museo, tutti gli aspetti della civiltà romana antica: una raccolta imponente di calchi da originali conservati in tutti i musei del mondo, oggi distrutti o danneggiati, e di plastici ricostruttivi di monumenti sparsi in tutta l'area dell'impero romano.