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National Pantheon (Pantheon Nacional), Santo Domingo
Categories: Cemeteries, Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
Visit National Pantheon (Pantheon Nacional) to appreciate the building's historical significance. Upon completion in the 18th century, it served as a Jesuit church. After 1767, the grand building became a tobacco warehouse, then a theater, until finally becoming a mausoleum and monument to national unity. Many of the country's most venerated citizens, including politicians, philosophers, and writers, have their final resting place here. Take a guided tour of the building to learn about each person's contribution to Dominican society and history. Add National Pantheon (Pantheon Nacional) to your Santo Domingo travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Santo Domingo trip builder.
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This was a surprising visit. The Pantheon is open during a Saturday afternoon and this was a nice surprise for us. It is easy to visit, there are tour guides around that for a good tip give you a good... read more »
no podes dejar de ir a este lugar si estas en santo domingo!! es un lugar muyy colonial- toda la historaia alli!! me encantan esos lugares asi que lo disfurte dando vueltas por el area hostorica de St... read more »You can not stop going to this place if these in santo domingo! is a place very colonial - all the historaia there! I love these places so enjoy turning the area hostorica of Sto domingo Re publishes Dominican! Do not miss it!show original
Aquí se encuentran los patriotas nacionales Ambiente solemne y de una arquitectura de 1500s Uno de los museos emblemáticos del centro histórico!Here you will find the National Patriots solemn atmosphere of a 1500s one of the emblematic museums in historic architecture!show original
Very informative guides. Amazing displays of old artifacts.
They have one Puerto Rican who wants to have their remains sent back once it is independent.
Heroes of the Revolution are buried here, looks like a huge church but a normal building from the outside.
Chago el de peralvillo en yamasaAnd pedro santanashow original
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