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Vesuvio landscape - Mount Vesuvius - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Vesuvius was a name of the volcano in frequent use by the authors of the late Roman Republic and the early Roman Empire.

Mt Vesuvius 79 AD eruption - Pompeii - Wikipedia

Pompeii and other cities affected by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius. The black cloud represents the general distribution of ash and cinder. Modern coast lines are shown.

Estudiante con tablilla

Estudiante con tablilla

Pompeya - Italia = Pompeii - Italy.

Pompeya - Italia = Pompeii - Italy.

Villa Imperiale, la diaeta, stanza dedicata al riposo e alla lettura. #pompeii…

Pompei magica, la prima volta dell'Antiquarium e Villa Imperiale

Cyark pompeii reconstruction1 - Pompeii - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

the Temple of Apollo today -- compare with reconstruction photo File:Cyark pompeii

Pompeii has been a byword for catastrophe for almost 2,000 years. Today this place of chronic disasters is being transformed into an archaeological showcase.  

Old city Pompeii / Gammel by Pompeii

Wall paintings in a Pompeii villa. Many of the best artifacts and artworks from Pompeii are actually on view in the Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli.

Visiting Pompeii: Practical Information for Visitors

Image result for Pompeii ceiling

Image result for Pompeii ceiling

Colours of Pompeii Naples, Italy

Colours of Pompeii

El Retabillo: Pompeya y Herculano

El Retabillo: Pompeya y Herculano

Painted Pompeii

Preserved Pompeii: A City in Ash

A partially preserved fresco gives a hint of the color of ancient Pompeii.

IX.7.16 Pompeii. Found on the west wall of the cubiculum on north side of entrance.  Detail of painting of the Trojan Horse. Detail of the city of Troy.

Found on the west wall of the cubiculum on north side of entrance. Detail of painting of the Trojan Horse. Detail of the city of Troy.

Pompeii today

Ruins in Pompei, Italy with Mount Vesuvius in the background! I was blown away that the city was buried under volcanic ash for over 100 years!