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The name of which famous building in Rome translated means 'all god' or 'to every god'?

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The name of which famous building in Rome translated means 'all god' or 'to every god'?
posted Aug 25, 2016 by Divya Shree

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The Pantheon of Rome,Italy means 'all god' or 'to every god' when translated.

answer Aug 29, 2016 by Arghyadeep Dutt Shrivastava
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