France: Paris – Pantheon

The Panthéon is the main attraction in Paris’s Latin quarter and serves as a mausoleum for the remains of famous French people throughout the country’s history. The grand building was erected in the classical style with massive columns and simple square design. Among those burried here are philosophers Voltaire and Rousseau,  writers Victor Hugo and Emile Zola, and physicist Marie Curie. Remains of Alexandre Dumas were moved over here in 2002.