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Among Vesuvian archaeological sites, the UNESCO world heritage Oplontis, buried following the dramatic eruption in 79 A.D., is probably the one that offers the most significant monumental evidence of the Pompeii suburbs.

The villa, adorned with exceptional artistic testimonies, consists of 100 rooms, featuring reception halls, porticoes, a 17m by 62m swimming pool, private baths, kitchens, and quarters for slaves and freedmen.

The Poppea swimming pool and the Oplontis site.
(Picture taken from our terrace)

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