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Life and death in Pompeii — koreaherald.com

But what could possibly tell the tragic tale more vividly than the very relics excavated from beneath a thick layer of volcanic ash? In a rare treat for South Koreans, the National Museum of Korea has brought in about 300 artifacts from Italy to reenact the life and death of residents in the ill-fated cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum at the base of Mount Vesuvius near modern-day Naples. The exhibit takes visitors back in time to the late summer of A.D. 79 when Pompeii was still a vibrant city, luring the elites of Rome with its opulent lifestyle, beautiful weather and scenery.

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