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July 2016. We toured through Pompei and its sites in the scorching July heat. But the temperature did not take away from the amazing Temple of Apollo and its surrounding structures. I like to envision what it was like 2000 years ago, and the massive...More
The high priests officiated in this temple not much of which remains. The replica statues are realistic and keeping the originals in the museum in Naples is probably a good idea since pollution, weather and people have done more damage in the last 200 years...More
The Temple is quite small and we were intrigued to know how this temple would have been used at the time. It really was not for the people, but for the high priests and nobility. You can see Vesuvius in the background and I wanted...More
The park of pompei is overall really interesting. There are many things to see in the whole park. It's almost 43 or 44 acres and contains lots of interesting ruins. Homes, temples, brothels, artwork, etc. It really gives a good glimpse into how ancient people...More
Sadly now largely ruined, but as well as some huge pillars, there are impressive (replica) statues of Apollo and Diana, standing where the originals, now in Naples Archaeology Museum, stood. There is also a lovely stone sundial.