On August 24, 79 AD, the city of Pompeii in Southern Italy near Naples was destroyed by the massive volcanic eruption of Mount Vesuvius. 16,000 people were killed. Lava and ash blanketed the city but which preserved its buildings which can be seen by visitors today.
Introduction To Pompeii - Overview - Culture - Location & Orientation - Climate & When To Visit - Sightseeing Highlights - Ancient Ruins of Pompeii - Temple of Apollo - Temple of Jupiter - Temple of Isis - Street of Tombs - Stabian Baths - House of Menander - House of Lovers - Lupanare (Ancient Brothel) - Garden of Fugitives - Mount Vesuvius - Sanctuary of Madonna of the Rosary - Naples Day Trip - Piazza del Plebiscito, Naples - Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples - Amalfi - Positano, Amalfi Coast - Ravello, Amalfi Coast - Solerno, Amalfi Coast - Blue Grotto, Anacapri - Recommendations for the Budget Traveller - Places To Stay - Places To Eat
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