The Pompeiianum

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Aschaffenburg is also known as the “Nice of Bavaria” – partly because of its mild climate. With this moniker, it’s perhaps no surprise that above the town, on a hill surrounded by vineyards and embedded in an idyllic park landscape, is a building that draws on this Mediterranean landscape: the Pompeiianum. Since the 18th century, the world has been fascinated with Naples, where before the city gates, archaeologist unearthed ruins of an ancient city which had slumbered for centuries under a metre-thick layer of ash and debris. The Roman city of Pompey, buried in the course of a volcanic eruption in 79 A.D.



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