There is a good reason as to why the city of Pompeii has remained one of the most popular tourist attractions in Italy.
Until its discovery in the mid-1700s, the petrifying history of this city had been covered and sealed under more ash and pumice (more than 60 feet deep).
Though much of the city’s collections were ruined by the nearby volcano, it is interesting to know how a significant number of artifacts had been largely preserved. It’s no wonder that the city has remained one of Italy’s most popular tourist attractions which invite about 2 million people yearly who travel south to see it…
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