sculptorPompeii was an ancient city in Rome, and when the eruption of Vesuvius in 79, it was buried 4-6m deep under volcanic ash and pumice. As a result, most of the city is preserved under ash, providing a unique snapshot of life in Rome, frozen when buried by volcanic ash, and providing a very detailed insight into the daily lives of its inhabitants. Once a wealthy city, it was filled with fine public buildings and luxurious private houses decorated with fine furniture and art.
亲亲宝贝1234Naples’ seaside castle is a fortified castle with a Scottish style at first glance. On the seaside, the scenery is good. There are many vendors selling small commodities on the side. Beware of the many black people who buy lucky bracelets. Don't reach out to pick up anything from him. The castle is free to enter, but in some times, such as weekends, it is closed. You must check the guide in advance.
elsashen0529The New Fort of Naples is built right next to the seaside port. Tickets need to be purchased. There are Chinese-language guide machines. There are still many historical relics in the entire New Fort. The preservation is fairly good. There is also a building with an elevator. , There are many fine art paintings and religious sacred objects, here you can see the seaside and the Soviet volcano in the distance
燃烧生命的小胖妞Sorrento, a small town in southern Italy, a hometown of folk songs that is well-known in the world, one was selected by National Geographic magazine as: "One of the 50 Most Worth Visiting Places in Life in the World". She, like a beautiful pearl, is quietly embedded in the promontory of the Gulf of Naples, emitting a dazzling light; she is also like a beautiful Italian girl, showing her all kinds of customs, making people think about it...
Cherry??2009^_^Naples was first discovered by the Greeks and later became part of the Hellenistic Byzantium, and was later notified by Spain. The most famous in Naples is the Archaeological Art Museum, which has a wealth of exhibits, and half a day should be reserved.