Pantheon in Rome will charge admission in future

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Entry into one of Rome’s most popular historic sites is going to cost a fee in future, and the Pantheon in Rome says it will start charging a maximum of €5 per ticket to the ancient building from an as yet unknown date. More than 7 million people visited the Pantheon at its peak, making it the most visited cultural site in Italy, according to the Italian Ministry of Culture announced in March. The entrance fee is set to be used for the maintenance and restoration of the building – one of the most important in the history of architecture, a ministry statement said. Children under 18 and residen…

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