Thursday, March 30, 2017

Thursday Challenge—"old" (#2)

Last week I featured something that's
been around for 1, 937 years:
this old thing.  The Pantheon in Rome is
only 1,892 years old.  Still . . .
(This shot shows a detail of the back
of the building.)

[To see more of the Thursday Photo
Challenge, visit Dale's meme.] 


  1. At 45 years younger than the Colosseum the Pantheon is a veritable toddler.

    The evident archaity of the exterior is quite a contrast to the splendor of the interior.


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