- Panthéon, Paris, a church and burial place
- Place du Panthéon in Paris, home of the Paris Law Faculty and now used in the names of two of the thirteen successor universities to the University of Paris - Pantheon-Sorbonne and Pantheon-Assas
- Pantheon, London, an 18th-century place of entertainment
- Pantheon of National Revival Heroes, a Bulgarian national monument and ossuary
- Pantheon, Moscow, a planned but uncompleted memorial tomb
- Pantheon Theatre, in Vincennes, Indiana
- National Pantheon, Portugal, a burial place
- National Pantheon of Venezuela, a burial place and former church
- National Pantheon of the Heroes, a Paraguayan national monument
- Mtatsminda Pantheon, a necropolis in Tbilisi, Georgia
- Didube Pantheon, a necropolis in Tbilisi, Georgia
- Saburtalo Pantheon, a necropolis in Tbilisi, Georgia
- Panteón Nacional Román Baldorioty de Castro, a burial place in Ponce, Puerto Rico
- National Pantheon of the Dominican Republic, a former church and burial place
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