Angels and Demons – Rome – 2

In Angels and Demons, Robert Langdon’s path around Rome takes him to four locations, where four kidnapped cardinals are gruesomely murdered by an assassin from a secret anti-church group called the Illuminati. But, the first stop is the Pantheon, which turns out to be a red herring when Langdon realises that he has misinterpreted the first clue. This domed temple-cum-church was built by Hadrian in 126AD and is one of the architectural wonders of the world.

Pantheon Rome

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