The Pantheon is the only fully preserved building of the Roman Empire. It was built in 27-25 B.C. by Agoliba, son-in-law of Octavian, the first emperor of the Roman Empire, to worship the gods of Mount Olympia. It is a classic building of the Augustus period. We are still an illiterate person who watches all kinds of pictures on foot.. But it's beautiful and looks very connotative.. It's full of scenic spots worth weeding. Occasionally there was an animal protection group protesting at the door. There are seven niches in the Pantheon, which are dedicated to the gods of war and Julio Caesar and heroes respectively. In addition to the niches, there are many statues of gods and heroes in the Pantheon. The inner hall of the Pantheon is the place where important figures, such as Raphael, King Emmanuel II of Italy, Empress Onberto I and his wife Queen Margarita, sleep. So you can't come and see it. The Pantheon is a short walk from Navona Square (about 400 meters away).