Pompeii, an ancient Roman city once inhabited by more than ten thousand people with its temples, buildings, villas and theaters, boasts the status of a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997.
The archaeological excavations of Pompeii are one of the best testimonies of Roman life and the history of Ancient Rome.
Due to the incredible state of conversation, the excavations are able to tell a tragic but at the same time fascinating story.
Here, time stopped in 79 AD, when following the powerful eruption of the volcano Vesuvius, the ashes and lava covered the streets, buildings and inhabitants of this city, canceling it forever.
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