How Has Roman Architecture Influenced Modern Day Architecture?

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One way that Roman architecture has influenced modern day architecture is by the use of columns. However, Roman arches are also commonly used in modern day architecture. For example, The Pentagon and The White House both have roman architecture similarities.
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