December 21, 2016 – Wednesday

A Day in Pompeii
I personally haven’t been to Pompeii but what inspired me to write a blog about this was the movie I watched with my hubby yesterday.  The movie was Pompeii. The first part showed the remains (bodies and ruins) that was preserved.  Here was a blog I read and wanted to repost. Thanks to mynapoleoncomplex

Pompeii was a town buried under ash by an eruption of the nearby Mount Vesuvius around 79 AD. After it was excavated, it offered a very preserved and detailed view of what life was like during the Pax Romana, a period of relative peace in the Roman Empire that lasted about 200 years.

Even though Pompeii is the most famous, it is not the only ancient town that was decimated by the eruption. There are four others: Herculaneum, Oplontis, Stabiae, Boscoreale. Ticket prices range from a one day ticket to Pompeii or Herculaneum for 11€ to a ticket to all five sites for 20€. The UNESCO listing for Pompeii includes Herculaneum and Torre Anunziata.

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