At noon, through the hole in the dome of the Pantheon appears a giant ray of sunshine, and it seems so tangible, as if you can touch it.
At noon, through the hole in the dome of the Pantheon shed a ray of sunlight, illuminating all around. You can take a selfie, standing directly in the beam, and even try to touch it - because it seems tangible.
This phenomenon does not see often and it seems mystical, mysterious, and you can have a feeling that this is nothing but a real miracle.
Where to do?
Pantheon is the mysterious place in Rome, many scientists around the world try ti unravele the real purpose of it.31
More things to do in Rome
Climb the Janiculum hill
From the eighth hill of Rome you will see breathtaking view of the Tiber, St. Peter's Basilica and all the Eternal City.FREE23
Enjoy tender meat tasted the queen of Italian festivals - porchetta. 1017
Try scamorza cheese
"Headless" or "hanged cheese" - epithets are awarded to the famous sсamorza, which is more than 100 years. 38
Among all Italian pasta bucatini - spaghetti with a hole - occupies a special place. Taste it in Rome. 102
Try a delicious cake made of unusual chestnut flour and olive oil.22
Try the origin pizza
You should definitely try pizza in Italy - because it is completely different from the one that is prepared at your homeland. 815
Go down to the Mithraeum
Go down to Temple of Mithras into the basement of the ancient basilica and knelt before the deity consent and sunlight :) 109
How can you come to Rome and don't try traditionally Italian dish, which is served in any restaurant in the city?17
Have a dinner in trattoria
A cafe where is no menu, wine is served not in bottles, but in decanter locals like to visit for a cheap and well-rested meal. 46
Sit on the Spanish Steps
In the evening, when the lights turn Rome into a kind of fairy tale, rise to the top of the Spanish steps and see how does night Eternal City look like.FREE23
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