The Pantheon, Paris
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The Pantheon

Corinthian like in its stance, designed as a church, then it wasn’t a church, then it was a church, now it’s not. It doesn’t really matter, because it’s there.

A monument to the great of France. Vive la révolution.

to great men, the greatful homeland

The Pantheon

Some of the great French citizens that rest in the crypt include Voltaire, Emile Zola, Germaine Tillion, Victor Hugo, Alexander Dumas, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, and Marie Curie.

The Pantheon stands alongside the Eiffel Tower and Sacre-Coeur as being one of the most visited buildings in Paris.

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