The Pantheon is a well-preserved building in ancient Rome, with a history of more than 2,000 years. Artist Raphael, Roman emperor Vittorio Emmanuel II and Wimble I rest here. The Pantheon was built by Agoriba, the son-in-law of the first emperor of the Roman Empire, Octavian, to worship the gods on Mount Olympia. Luo praised it as "Angel's Design". The Pantheon is located in the center of Rome. Its vestibule is Piazza Rotonda. There is a fountain erected with a tall steeple stele. The base of the stele is carved with scenes from ancient Roman mythology. The main building structure is simple and clear. It is a huge cylinder of equal width and height, covered with a semi-circular dome. There are no windows inside, and there are statues of gods all around. There is a large circular hole with a diameter of 8.9 meters on the top, which is the lighting point of the Pantheon. The light leaks from the top and changes the angle of the light with the movement of the position of the sun, giving people a sacred and solemn feeling.