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Sinkhole Near Pantheon Reveals 27BC Paving Stones

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An eight-foot-deep sinkhole opened up on a street in front of the Pantheon in Rome, revealing several ancient paving stones dating as far back as 27BC. The sinkhole is 10 feet long and opened unexpectedly on an otherwise quiet Sunday afternoon on a cobblestoned street in the Piazza della Rotunda, near the Pantheon's front steps. The area had been closed to the public at the time so no one was injured, but during tourist season the event could have caused much more damage.

 

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