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Do we really need a time machine???? No we don't because we have Pompeii, luckily for us, but unluckily for the people which perished here in the 79 ad.
This is a place where you will see, feel and imagine how was the Roman living...More
I really enjoyed the overview that the House of the Faun provided of the living situations in Pompeii. It is one of the larger homes, so obviously was lived in by wealthy people, but I appreciated that it had an entry area, and mosiacs, and...More
The Faun, as much as practically all the originals, are at the Archeological Musem in Naples. The king of those days instructed his assistants to bring (the very best there is there". So, don't miss the Archeological Museum
I keep trying to develop a parallel : What would've happened if Vesuvius hasn't erupted, and Pompeii evolved into today's world? Italian or a close language would be the most spoken in the world. Kings would still Govern most kingdoms, not countries. And that goes...More
The House of the Faun is a large and imposing Pompeian dwelling with two gardens and two atriums. It is famous for its fabulous mosaic depicting the battle between Alexander the Great and Darius, the original of which can be seen in the Archaeological Museum...More
This part of the ruins has some of the best artefacts on the whole site. Best of which is the Alexander The Great Mosaic (albeit a replica - see the Naples Museum for the original). A must see if in Pompei.
This is one of the best known and largest houses in Pompeii that you can visit. It is known for this tiny little statue of the faun. There are some well preserved walls and floors in this house and helps to understand how a wealthier...More