, author: Plackhin A.

Tourists will be charged to enter the Pantheon in Rome

According to an agreement reached between the Italian Ministry of Culture and Catholic Church officials, a fee of 5 euros will have to be paid to enter the Pantheon, which is currently visited by millions of tourists traveling to Rome.

Tourists visiting the Pantheon, a historic site preserved since ancient times in the Italian capital, will have to pay 5 euros, according to an agreement signed between the Italian Ministry of Culture and Catholic Church officials.

According to the ministry, the Pantheon will still be free for residents of Rome and those under 18 years old, while visitors under 25 will pay 2 euros for admission.

The entrance fee to the Pantheon will not be charged for events such as religious ceremonies and rituals.

It has been stated that 70 percent of the ticket revenues will be given to the Ministry of Culture and 30 percent to the Roman Catholic Diocese.

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