The Archaeological Park of Pompeii will, along with @MiBACT, also participate in the #iorestoacasa initiative! While we wait to welcome you back to our sites, you can continue to follow us from home on our social network channels (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube). …Read more

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In accordance with the "Contrast and containment measures throughout national territory aimed at preventing the spread of the COVID-19 virus", regulated by the Prime Ministerial Decree of the 8th March 2020 - Art. 2, Letter D, that suspends the opening of all museums and places of state culture, from today the 8th March until further notice, the Archaeological Park of Pompeii (including the sites …Read more

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Pompeii, Franceschini: “A story of rebirth and redemption to be proud of”. Osanna: “It is no longer the time of emergencies”

GREAT POMPEII PROJECT The stabilisation works on the Excavations have been completed. Interventions in Regiones I, II and III have concluded. The extraordinary plan to safeguard the archaeological structures of the ancient city of Pompeii, which began in 2014 with the Great Pompeii Project, concludes with the stabilisation of Regiones I, II and III. In five years 76 interventions relating to 5 int …Read more

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Canals and tunnels in the forum area. Speleologists study the subsoil of Pompeii

From surface to subsoil. Investigation and research at Pompeii does not stop at the visible parts of the city, but also focuses on previously unseen aspects, such as the study of the tunnels and drainage canals of Ancient Pompeii which crossed the Forum area, from Porta Marina to the Villa Imperiale 457m of these passages have been investigated thanks to the collaboration with the group of speleol …Read more

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Pompei 365

‘POMPEII 365’ is coming: the pass which allows you to visit Pompeii whenever you wish

From the 1st January 2020, lovers of Pompeii will be able to the visit the archaeological sites whenever they wish at a reduced price, thanks to the Pompeii 365 annual pass. The pass will cost €60 for Pompeii and €80 for Pompeii, Oplontis and Boscoreale (admission to Stabiae is free of charge). An additional reduction will be granted to young people between 18 and under 25 years of age, who will b …Read more

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7) Kenro Izu, Casa degli Amorini Dorati, Pompei, 2016 edit

Kenro Izu "Requiem For Pompei" at Modena - 7 December 2019 – 13 April 2020

​The exhibition presents 55 previously unseen photographs donated by the Japanese artist to the Fondazione di Modena, in a lyrical vision of what was left behind in Pompeii the day after the eruption in 79 AD.Modena is continuing to forge a special relationship with photography. Now one of the top locations in Italy for this particular form of expression, it is capable of influencing the city’s wh …Read more

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3) The Royal Palace of Quisisana: signing of the development agreement between The Archaeological Park of Pompeii and the Comune of Castellammare di Stabia

The Royal Palace of Quisisana will host the Archaeological Museum of Castellammare di Stabia. Massimo Osanna, Director General of the Archaeological Park of Pompeii, and Gaetano Cimmino, Mayor of Castellammare di Stabia, have today met in the Conference Hall of the Royal Palace of Quisisiana to sign the agreement which aims to establish the Archaeological Museum in the rooms of the former Bourbon …Read more

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The fresco of the Fighting Gladiators. A new discovery in Regio V

Two gladiators at the end of a fight, with one winning and the other succumbing. This is the scene of the most recent fresco to be discovered at Pompeii at the Regio V excavation site, as part of the stabilisation works and remodelling of the excavation fronts overseen by the Great Pompeii Project. In it we have the scene of combat between a ‘Murmillo’ and a ‘Thracian’, two types of fighters who w …Read more

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Pompeii and Santorini. Eternity in a Day

Rome, Scuderie del Quirinale 11 October 2019 – 6 January 2020 Volcanic catastrophes have marked the flow of history ever since antiquity. The most emblematic cases include Akrotiri, the flourishing capital of the island of Thera, now known as Santorini, buried by an eruption in 1613 BCE, and Pompeii, overwhelmed by the wrath of Vesuvius in the year 79. The cataclysms swallowed up not only two cities but also an entire system of thought now brought to light by archaeological investigations. The remains of these archaeological sites, two of the most important and best-preserved in the world, are on show together for the first time ever from 11 October to 6 January at the Scuderie del Quirinale in Rome. …Read more

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Villa Regina

Villa Regina at Boscoreale reopens to the public after the completion of restoration works

Villa Regina at Boscoreale reopens to the public, following the completion of stabilisation and restoration interventions. Villa Regina is the only villa rustica that can be visited in its entirety, among the numerous farms specialised in agricultural production which are present in Pompeii area. It was discovered in 1977 following construction works, and then brought to light by focused excavatio …Read more

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