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The Ancient City of Pompeii
Scavi Archeologici di Pompei

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Historical Site
Open Open from 4/1-10/31,8:30am-7:30pm;Open from 11/1-3/31,8:30am-5:00pm
Recommended sightseeing time: 0.5-1 day
Address: Porta Marina Superiore (Via Villa of the Mysteries) | Piazza Immacolata, Piazza Porta Marina inf., 80045 Pompeii, Italy
Phone: +39-81-8575347 +39-81-8575111

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[Pompeii] It has been over 3,000 years since its formation in the eighth century BC, when it was built in the small fishing village of the natural good port of the Mediterranean ~ Pompeii, and it gradually developed into a city. By the sixth century AD, the magnificent ancient city of Pompeii was completed. The town was the second largest after Italy and Rome. The magical temple of the sun, the colossus, the grand theater, etc., attracts the rich merchants and nobles of the Mediterranean surrounding the city, while the volcano Vesuvius in the north of the city, due to several eruptions, brings the ancient city of Pompeii with geothermal hot springs. Pompeii people have always thought of Vesuvius as a gift from the heavens, but never thought that the prosperity here also ended with it, in AD 79, the eruption, was covered up by the ash directly. Tickets: 17 Euro Time: 9:00-17:30 Address: Via Plinio, 26, 80045 Pompei NA, Italian Traffic: Naples has a train to Pompeii. After Pompeii got off the bus, he followed the crowd for a few minutes and saw the visitor center.


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The ancient city of Pompeii is located near Naples in southern Italy. It was once a small town with its back to the mountains and its front to the sea. After the whole city was destroyed by the sudden eruption of Mount Vesuvius in the northwest, its streets and houses were buried deep in volcanic ash, which nonetheless preserved the life scenes of Pompeii from more than two thousand years ago. Later, this huge archeological site was gradually excavated. Now tourists can visit remains that were once buried in ashes, such as the ancient Roman amphitheater, private mansions, and wall reliefs on the public square.
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