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Pompeii Excavations Visitors Guide & Tips - Italy Travel - About.com
The archeological site of ancient Pompeii is one of Italy's top tourist attractions and the modern town of Pompei (spelled with only one i) makes a good base for  ...
Pompeii Night Tours - Pompeii Sound and Light Night Tours
Le Lune di Pompeii, the moons of Pompeii, is a special sound and light night tour given on weekends from May through October. The visit starts at the ...
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Mosaics - Covering the period from two centuries BC until the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD, most of the mosaics are parts of floors or walls from Pompeii,  ...
A Visitors Guide to Ancient Pompeii, Italy - Europe Travel - About.com
Pompeii visitor guide. Learn how you can visit ancient Pompeii or take a virtual visit with our pictures of the Roman City.
Pompeii - Archaeology at Pompeii - About Archaeology
If there has ever been a site as well preserved, as evocative, as memorable as that of Pompeii, the luxurious resort for the Roman Empire, buried under the ash  ...
Streets of Pompeii - Pompeii Streets - About Archaeology
Pompeii, a thriving Roman colony in Italy when it was destroyed by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD, is in many respects a symbol of what archaeologists yearn  ...
Thermopolia of Pompeii | Atlas Obscura
The Thermopolia of Pompeii have been closed since 79 AD when the entire city was buried under masses of volcanic ash. But in 2010, one of these ancient ...
Houses From Ancient Pompeii - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
Stabian Baths. Temple of Apollo in Pompeii - CC goforchris at Flickr.com. Temple of Apollo. Temple of Apollo. House of the Vettii - CC goforchris at Flickr.com.
House of the Faun at Pompeii - Walking Tour - About Archaeology
The House of the Faun is among the most visited of the domestic ruins at Pompeii , famous for its mosaics and its bronze statue of a dancing faun.
Pompeii - Mount Vesuvius and Pompeii - Ancient/Classical History
The eruption of Mt. Vesuvius on August 24, 79 A.D. caused Herculaneum and Pompeii to be covered with ash, thereby preserving a sample of daily life for ...
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