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Forum at Pompeii, Pompeii
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Из Рима путь наш лежал на юг Италии, в раскопанный город Помпеи, который позже изобразил на картине один из братьев Брюлловых, нам даже показали место, где он трудился за мольбертом. Ехали с двумя ост... read more »From Rome the way our lying to the South of Italy, excavated city of Pompeii, which was later depicted on the painting one of the brothers, Bryullov us even showed the place where he worked at the easel. Rode with two stops 4.5 hours, then all found on heads and strictly according to the one entered. Well what to say, grandiose ruins! We were on the ruins of Carthage, about anything. Here was a city, streets, houses, baths, amphitheatre, etc. even brothels, all survived. because it was buried under 6 metre layer of ashes. Frescoes, mosaics, and unearthed only 2/3 of the city. Vesuvius, by the way, no impression of mountain-killer, does not produce, so much so that, following the eruption of the mouth of the alley itself in itself. Now the prose of life: after Pompeii, we were offered lunch, charming women served us, with the original name Vesuvius, standard cost 15,-sucks! The vaunted Neapolitan Margherita with soot, yes ketchup filled pasta with a glass of wine. The guys who went to the Café across the street, eat cheaper and tastier, keep in mind. Then it was Naples. Purely a seaside town, a huge Bay, where was born the song Santa Lucia, port, which come large kruizniki, and the city on the Hill. Theatre, that on the central square, awful/see photo/, but the Central passage is something, the historic city centre, in the form of a huge mosaic-horoscope, and a skylight. The next day, we have the Vatican and Tivoli.show original
Este es uno de esos lugares a los que hay que ir alguna vez en la vida. Es increíble poder recorrer una ciudad que estuvo enterrada bajo las cenizas por tanto tiempo y que haya quedado como si no hubi... read more »This is one of those places that you should go sometime in life. It is incredible to be able to tour a city that was buried under the ashes so time and that has been as if it had happened nothing practically. The work of conservation and dig up the city is spectacular, although much still remains. Is worth $ 13 entry, you have to arrive early because it full, although the city is so large that there are few places with too many people at the same time.show original
Prepare for at least 4 hrs Wear suitable footwear Fabulous insight to a place most people have heard about Stunning artefacts , very little shade if its hot so wear a hat
I had walked through Pompeii 38 years ago. They have done a lot of excavation work since then and the place is quite impressive. Our tour guide did a great job in guiding our group through the essential areas. If you are in the area, Pompeii is definitely worth a visit.
Dr Nicholas Exadaktylos
One of Italy's top attractions. You need a full day to explore it. Well preserved remnants of the city. A must see if you are in Napoli or Sorrento areas.
A most see when you go to Italy. It is like travelling in time: everything is so well preserved.
Nur Atika Zainal
Awesome experience while exploring these well preserved ruins. We spent almost half the day until the place was closing. Totally need sone more times to explore the whole place
Absolutely amazing, I didn't realize the scale of the place. You get a complete picture of life in a city at the height of the Roman Empire, not just a few grand buildings & central areas like in Rome.
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