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The Panthéon is a famous landmark located in the heart of Paris, France. Its origins date back to ancient Rome, where it was built as a temple to all the gods. In the 18th century, King Louis XV decided to transform the building into a mausoleum for famous French figures, including Voltaire, Rousseau, and Victor Hugo.

Visitors to the Panthéon can expect a stunning architectural masterpiece with a neoclassical facade and a large dome. The dome is a highlight of the building, offering visitors a breathtaking view of Paris from the top. Inside, visitors can see the tombs of famous French figures and learn about the history of the building through the numerous exhibits and artifacts on display.

The Panthéon is open to the public, and tours are available in multiple languages. Visiting hours vary depending on the season, so it is best to check the schedule before planning your visit. The Panthéon is a must-see for anyone interested in history and architecture, and offers a unique glimpse into the past of Paris and France.

Ongoing Exhibitions

Exhibition: Living to Death: Missak Manouchian and his Resistance Comrades at the Panthéon

Until: September 8th, 2024 (112 days remaining.)

See original documents, archives, photographs, and Missak Manouchian's handwritten notebooks on loan from the _Yerevan Museum of Art and Literature_.