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Archaeological Sites

Pompeii Ruins

Pompeii, the only city in the world for its vicissitudes, was buried under a sea of ​​lava, ash and lapilli, together with Torre Annunziata and Ercolano, from the devastating violence of Vesuvius. The last eruption, in fact, has made these cities retai
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Oplontis Ruins

Among Vesuvian archaeological sites, buried following the dramatic eruption in 79 A.D., Oplontis is probably the one that offers the most significant monumental evidence of the Pompeii suburbs.
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Antiquarium and Villa Regina

The Antiquarium was inaugurated in 1991 and it is a museum that houses the finds of Pompeii, Herculaneum, Oplontis, Stabiae and Boscoreale.
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Herculaneum Ruins

Ercolano, best know as Herculaneum, represents one of the most important archaeological sites in the world. It placed at the foot of Vesuvius, with Pompeii and Oplontis , and it is one f most interesting city planning
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EXCAVATIONS OF STABIAE

During the Archaic period (8 th century B.C.) Stabiae already played an important strategic and commercial role.
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