The Pantheon and the Field of Mars
The uniqueness of Rome lies in its charming mixture of ages and architectures one can see at every step. The Field of Mars, the center of Medieval and Modern Rome, offers a full experience of such an intriguing diversity.
The Pantheon, II century C.E., is the only entirely preserved ancient architecture in the Mediterranean. Its rounded dome condenses astonishing architectural skills with the vision of ideal harmony. The Ara Pacis is the highest point of Augustan splendor in art and design, now in full light thanks to the Richard Meyer’s new Museum. Largo Argentina area displays the slow but powerful transition from a Rome of bricks to a Rome of marble. Timeless ruins in dialogue with the busy streets of fashion, food and shopping.