We started this series with a view of the Campania Plain and Naples as a sort of “living Pompeii” before that city’s burial in AD
Campania has good reason to be proud of its volcanoes: Asleep, these beautiful but strange mountains draw tourists and also serve as ground water aquifers
Pompeii sits on the Campania Plain–a rich land that stretches, between the sea and the Apennine Mountains, down Italy’s Mediterranean coast south of Rome to
Let’s be upfront about the most awesome thing (in modern eyes) this apparent fop ever did: He walked on lava. Look at his eyes.