Although travel is prohibited during this epidemic, there are many other ways to visit various mysterious places. One of these ways is an online course dedicated to Mithraic Egyptian Cults and Pantheon. Even if you’re thousands of miles away from Rome, distance shouldn’t be a problem and the charm of the Pantheon can be enjoyed comfortably from your home. Why is the Pantheon so special? What was his story? The Pantheon is located in the center of Rome in Piazza della Rotonda. Originally it served as an ancient temple built by Marco Agrippa. Legend says that the Pantheon is located on the place where the angel brought the dying founder of Rome, Romulus, to heaven. The construction of this temple dates back to 27 BC. During its existence, the temple was destroyed by fire, but the emperor Hadrian had it rebuilt. Pantheon, his name is probably known to all, but what does this word actually mean? The word pantheon derives from the Greek pan theos which means all the gods. These were pagans, and therefore Pope Boniface IV dedicated it to the Virgin Mary, patroness of martyrs. This temple will enchant all tourists mainly for its circular shape. The most modern technologies of the time were used for its construction. At its entrance, we are immediately struck by the 16 Corinthian-style columns which are 12.5 meters high. These columns support the shield, on which we can see the full name of M. Agrippa. Another interesting fact is that the only source of light in this temple is the oculus, an opening in the dome. It attracts tourists from all over the world also with its tombs, where one of the most important belongs to the famous Raphael. Already on May 2nd at 4,30 PM you can discover many other interesting things which are connected with the famous Pantheon. If you are interested in this online course, you can take part in the other five online lessons on esoteric Rome every Saturday that will be led by Andrea, an esoteric expert.
Place: at your house
Date: Saturday, May 2nd, 2020
Tickets: € 13.00
Contact: +39 389 571 1466 / firstname.lastname@example.org
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