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Fascinating 8ft-deep sinkhole opens near Rome Pantheon uncovering 2,000-year-old paving stones – The Sun

A MASSIVE sinkhole opened up in front of the Pantheon in Rome revealing ancient paving stones from 27BC.

The eight-foot-deep hole opened unexpectedly near the Roman Temple’s front steps earlier this month.

 A sinkhole opened up in front of the Pantheon in Rome last weekend

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A sinkhole opened up in front of the Pantheon in Rome last weekendCredit: Rex Features
 The sinkhole uncovered 2,000-year-old paving stones
The sinkhole uncovered 2,000-year-old paving stonesCredit: Rex Features
 The sinkhole opened unexpectedly and was 8ft deep
The sinkhole opened unexpectedly and was 8ft deepCredit: Rex Features

The paving stones below the sinkhole which appeared on Sunday in Rome seem to have been used in the streets around the Pantheon when
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