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... Roman life in a small roman town. though that said it's then location right on the beach was a good excuse for resort style development for the rich and famous of roman society.
Pompeii, Herculaneum's famous neighbour, on the other hand, was covered not by mud, but ash and pumice. It was was discovered earlier and excavated on a grander scale. It is a massive site and deserves at least whole day of exploration.
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A day with Natalie and Alex in Napoli... Fantastic day, nonstop action and fun, but the highlight has to be Pompei and the surprise how large the ruins are covering a massive area. So well preserved and so much still visible, street after street, amphitheater, huge pillars, you really got a sense of what it would of been like to live there nearly 2000 years ago before Vesuvius erupted in ...
... loves history. There is so much to see and the condition of the relics is amazing. Mount Vesuvius still has the potential to erupt yet 3 million still live within a 6km radius if it's summit. The government has tried to relocate the population to avoid a massive catastrophe if it ever blows it's top again but the crowds won't budge. It is such a towering summit over the area and makes you wonder will it one day go ...
... 2000 years ago, and special elevated ...
Pompeii always gets me. You can walk down street after deserted street of houses. The fountains still work and there is water spilling out of the stone mouth. Stray dogs roam the streets that used to be filled with horses and people. After the eruption the emperor had most of the cities in the path of Vesuvius rebuilt. But Pompeii was a lost cause. It was so completely buried in ash the local people even forgot it was there in a few generations. There ...