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Ruins of large bakery at Pompeii, Italy, with remains of exterior wall and street leading up to the shop

Click on above photo to view it in large format: Ruins of large bakery at Pompeii, Italy, showing remains of exterior wall and street leading up to the shop. Inside the...

The Forum Public Baths at Pompeii, Italy, where frescoes and sculptures of gods and mythology decorate the walls and arched ceiling of the Tepedarium

Click on above photo to view it in large format: The Forum Public Baths at Pompeii, Italy, where frescoes and sculptures of gods and mythology decorate the walls and arched ceiling...

The Quadriportico at the Great Theater in Pompeii likely served as a foyer for the theater. Though the art and statuary that once filled it is gone, the 74 surrounding columns have survived

Click on above photo to view it in large format: The Quadriportico at the Great Theater in Pompeii likely served as a foyer for the theater. Though the art and statuary...

The Great Theater at Pompeii, which could seat up to 5,000 spectators, dates from the end of the 3rd century BCE and was built in the Greek style

Click on above photo to view it in large format: The Great Theater at Pompeii, which could seat up to 5,000 spectators, dates from the end of the 3rd century BCE....

Interior of the ancient Roman amphitheater in Pompeii, Italy

Click on above photo to view it in large format: This ancient Roman amphitheater in Pompeii, Italy was completely buried by the ash from the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79...

These beautiful frescoes in the Oecus (main living room) at Villa di Poppaea feature trompe-l'oeil windows, doors, and painted columns

Walking through the Italian town of Torre Annunziata, one would never suspect that some of the most luxurious villas of the Roman Empire lie buried some 25 feet beneath its streets....