Italy is historic in its own right, but do you know which specific part of the country has become a popular travel attraction for more than two centuries?

Relatively near Naples is the city of Pompeii, where ancient Roman ruins remain after Mt. Vesuvius erupted in AD 79. 

 
Located in Campania, Pompeii hasn’t lost its charm as until now, almost three million travelers visit it every year. Apparently, this UNESCO World Heritage Site was able to preserve most of the objects that were buried by the eruption’s ashes. 
 
Check out the video prepared by RogerB1, who shares,
 
 
Pompeii was buried under volcanic ash for almost 2000 years. This is an amazing place to visit.

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