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The Most Perfect Building

for more than 20 years, I’ve found the Pantheon in Rome to be an engaging subject for artistic study and analysis. Built in the year 118 by the Roman emperor Hadrian and converted to a Christian church in 609, it offers an extraordinary example of an ancient Roman interior. The majority of its original materials and details remain intact, thanks to the building’s continuous use and, thus,

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