Ancient History: Rome If You Want To, Pantheon Replica Buildings - Drive Thru History
Oh, and speaking of monuments, perhaps you've been watching this thinking that the Pantheon looks awfully familiar. In fact it has been imitated in America as a memorial to honor a man who greatly admired roman architecture and the Roman idea of representative Republican government. The man was Thomas Jefferson and he liked the Pantheon so much he modeled his house after it -- you can even see it on the U.S. nickel.
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