TOUR B) AIR (3h, on foot, by private car or public transport)
1. The Pantheon
“The Pantheon is a single room. A circular cell made of stone and
cement. It has one entrance. No windows. One narrow entrance”.
“The dimensions of the Pantheon’s main chamber were a tribute to Gaea –
the goddess of the Earth. The proportions were so exact that a giant
spherical globe could fit perfectly inside the building with less than a
millimetre to spare”.
The huge temple devoted to all pagan gods and goddesses that became a
It is covered by the largest dome ever built in ancient times.
The secrets (still unsolved) of its construction (2nd cent. A.D.).
The mysterious oculus (famous circular opening) at the top of the
tremendous cupola, the subject of sinister folk stories.
2. St. Peter’s square and St.Peter’s church (see Tour A) The west wind medallion, the second altar of science, close to which the
second cardinal is murdered by the Hassassin by puncturing his lungs.The Egyptian obelisk.
The two gigantic fountains.
3. Castel St. Angelo or the Illuminati’s lair
angels (or “Breezy Maniacs”) on the Ponte S. Angelo (Bridge of Angels)
over the Tiber. The spiral ramp The balcony atop the Castle and
breathtaking view The “passetto” (open only upon specific request).