A house in Italy’s archeological park of Pompeii has reopened to the public after a 20-year restoration.
The House of Vettii is famed for its opulent interior replete with erotic friezes and frescoes.
The villa was buried in ash during the volcanic eruption that destroyed the ancient city of Pompeii in 79AD.
The structure was rediscovered in an excellent state of preservation in the late 19th century.
Who lived in the House of Vettii?
The Pompeiian house is one of the most fascinating structures unearthed in the ancient city.
Pompeii. At the House of Vettii, the two owners displayed their wealth with sumptuous frescoes
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