Pantheon sinkhole reveals ancient paving

May 10, 2020 - General

A sinkhole that opened up in front of the Pantheon in Rome last week has uncovered ancient Roman paving stones, sources said this week.
Credit: Soprintendenza Speciale Roma

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The seven slabs of travertine, which are about 2.30/2.70 metres below street level with dimensions of about 80 by 90 centimetres and 30 centimetres thick, were first found in the 1990s during the construction…

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