A guide to a do-it-yourself Tour, plus the best guided tours of Pompeii, Italy

A guide to a do-it-yourself Tour, plus the best guided tours of Pompeii, Italy

"Unearthed" Pompeii

A paper, wood and plaster scale model of Pompeii by the archaeologist Giuseppe Fiorelli between 1861 and This had to be a real scare?

Vesuvius (volcano, I climbed it) from the ruins of Pompeii, Italy. xx

Vesuvius from Pompeii, Italy : Pompeii was an ancient Roman town in Italy. The city Pompeii was mostly destroyed and buried under 4 to 6 m to 20 ft) of volcanic ash and pumice in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD.

Pompeii ruins, House of the Faun, Italy

Pompeii ruins, House of the Faun, Italy

Mount Vesuvius erupting at the Roman cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum // 79 CE // "Life and Death in Pompeii and Herculaneum" exhibit, 2013 // British Museum // #archaeology More

People like us: An incredible insight into the Romans who died in Pompeii's horror

A look at today's Pompeii and the fascinating circumstances around the tragic Mount Vesuvius eruption.

The Ultimate Guide To Visiting Pompeii | Miss Adventures Abroad

The Ultimate Guide To Visiting Pompeii - Miss Adventures Abroad

Un couple enlacé depuis 6000 ans ! Face à face dans la mort.  Deux squelettes ont été découverts en Italie lors d'un chantier de construction d'une usine à Mantoue (à 40 km au sud de Vérone). Les archéologues appelés sur place ont estimé que le couple de néolithiques a été inhumé il y a 5 à 6000 ans. L'étude de la dentition des fossiles montre que celle-ci était plutôt en bon état, sans trace d'usure trop forte. Cela permet d'estimer que nous avons affaire à de jeunes adultes.

"The Lovers of Valdaro" - two teenagers found in eternal embrace years after death in Mantua, Italy - the very same city where Romeo was exiled and was told his Juliet was dead. Could these be a real-life Romeo and Juliet?

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Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius - Pompeii, Italy

Ruins of Pompeii, Italy~~Walking these streets is an amazing step back in time; you can see the volcano over the water...eeeeery.

Ruins of Pompeii, Italy. The city of Pompeii is a partially buried Roman town-city near modern Naples in the Italian region of Campania, in the territory of the comune of Pompei. One of the most memorable places I've ever been.

12 tips for visiting Pompeii

12 tips for visiting Pompeii (plus how to get to the top of Mount Vesuvius) - Helen on her holidays

Pompeii: Fullery of Stephanus on the Via del Abbondante. Fulleries were an important business: fullers processed/ dyed/ washed cloth

*POMPEII, ITALY ~ Fullery of Stephanus on the Via del Abbondante, Pompeii. Fulleries were an important business in ancient Pompeii. Fullers processed, dyed, and washed cloth.

Ruins of Pompeii

Ruins of Pompeii

Let’s start with wine bars and cafes! In Italy bars are literally on every corner

Body cast of victim of Pompeii eruption. The Roman city of Pompeii, located in the Bay of Naples, Italy, was ruined and buried under thick layers of ash during an eruption of the volcano Vesuvius in 79 AD. Many of those buried under the ash were killed by falling buildings or other causes, such as poisonous fumes.

Body cast of victim of Pompeii eruption. The Roman city of Pompeii, located in…

A day trip to Pompeii and Mt Vesuvius | Ladies what travel

A day trip to Pompeii and Mt Vesuvius Ladies what travel

Dive in History: scuba diving the underwater Pompeii in Pozzuoli aka Baia Underwater Archeological Park - World Adventure Divers - Read the full story on https://worldadventuredivers.com/2014/08/05/underwater-pompeii-pozzuoli-italy/

Dive in history: underwater Pompeii in Pozzuoli, Italy

Dive in History: scuba diving the underwater Pompeii in Pozzuoli aka Baia Underwater Archeological Park - World Adventure Divers - Read the full story on

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10 Most Amazing Lost Cities

These people were in Pompeii when Mount Vesuvius erupted. The eruption released tons of pumice, a light volcanic rock. It completely buried the town and the people. Under the pumice, the bodies were preserved. -- That's creepy

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