Photographer's Note

Its funny how most of you preferred the black and white version of my previous here is a more classic viewpoint of the Pantheon - in monochrome.

In the WS is another photo with some people walking around, but the people seem too I decided to go with this version as the Main.

On a personal perspective, I really like how the very middle of the scene is totally black and mysterious.

Incase you're wondering what the Latin lettering says across the Pantheon...its literally translated to say "Marcus Agrippa, the son of Lucius, three times consul, built this"

Consuls were the chief Diplomats of Rome - comparable today as a President or Prime Minister.
So its saying Marcus Agrippa built this when he was President for the 3rd time.

Hope you like it

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