Have you ever wondered what life in ancient Rome was really like? The preserved city of Pompeii is the perfect venue. When Mt. Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD, Pompeii was a lively town of around 11,000 people with bustling markets, taverns and a 20,000 seat amphitheater. On that fateful day, the city was forever preserved in volcanic ash as a spectacle of history.
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Imagine discovering an ancient city under what you’d always thought to just be a wasteland of rubble and volcanic ash. Essentially, that was what the discovery of the city of Pompeii was…
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Located in the cliffs on the southwestern coast of Italy and overlooking the bay of Naples, Sorrento is home to many breathtaking views and relaxation sights. Legend has it that Sirens sat…