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    The Pantheon

    It was a temple devoted to various divinities, especially Mars, the founder of Rome. It was restored and rebuilt after a fire in the early 2nd century. In 608, the pope received it as a gift and turned it into a Christian church, as it is today.

    One enters through a rectangular portico featuring 16 columns, then continues into a vast circular space under one of the most beautiful cupolas in the world. Continue gazing skyward to admire the details of the cupola and you just might get dizzy.

    The tomb of the celebrated painter Raphael is also inside the building.

    Rome's Pantheon, a marvel you can explore just a few steps away from 9 Hotel Cesari.

    It is exceptionally well preserved; its continued use helps ensure it stays in very good condition.

    The Romans had extraordinary know-how and they were absolute masters of cement and concrete, which share the characteristic of hardening over time.

    A thorough visit will take about one hour. The staff at 9 Hotel Cesari are at your disposal to provide information, so don't way another day. Book your next stay.

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      Excellent Location near all the major attractions and great restaurants. Beautiful rooftop terrace offering a very good breakfast.
      However, the best thing about this hotel is its staff
      The front desk staff (especially Tomas) was extremely welcoming and helpful in guiding us around the magnificent city. The suggestions for restaurants and attractions were time saving and always spot o

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