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Temple of the gods
The imposing portico of the Pantheon in Rome, with its sixteen granite Corinthian columns standing at 39 feet (12 m) tall and weighing 60 tons each. The Greek word pantheion means "shrine of all the gods" and the choosing of the name Pantheon is speculated by the ancient writer Cassius Dio to refer either to the many statues of gods that decorate it or to its large dome which resembles the heavens.
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