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It is called the House of Menander because of a beautiful fresco of the very successful Greek dramatist, Menander (342 BC to 291 AD), who wrote 108 comedies. Two of his maxims were: "Riches cover a multitude of woes" and Whom the gods love die...More
This house was amazing to see. It's fun to try to imagine what it was like during the time that the owner lived here. The garden was special and the views magnificent. I especially liked the small original piece of floor that was restored. Do...More
We took a guided tour of the ruins in a small group of 10. Our guide, Fabio, was brilliant and pointed out so much detail with the history behind it. Something we would have totally missed out on otherwise. The whole site is magnificent and...More
This is a fantastically restored casa of a wealthy Pompeii family. You can voter and roam around the rooms. Enjoy the beautiful frescoes that are still vibrant and beautiful. You can walk the garden and imagine the family and the life they lived here.