|Soufflot's Pantheon, Paris. June 12|
So I went and had lunch at a nearby creperie on rue Soufflot, and while I sat and ate my buckwheat crepe with chese, ham/bacon, and an egg on top for 9 euros, I did a quick sketch of the Pantheon.
Construction of this building started in 1758 under Louis XV. It was briefly a church but over the centuries became a mausoleum where the likes of Voltaire, Rousseau, Victor Hugo, Marie Curie, Louis Braille, and Soufflot, the architect, are all buried.
It's still very gray and drizzly out, so I had to make up the sense of shading on the building.