11 Things Most People Don’t Know About Pompeii

mount-vesuvius-eruption-79adMount Vesuvius was responsible for the destruction of the city of Pompeii in 79 AD. Most everyone has heard one story or another about arguably the most well-known volcanic eruption in history, but how many of you know what really happened on that fateful day in Pompeii? Weirdly, Mount Vesuvius isn’t really that impressive in person. In terms of size, it’s really more like a reasonably big hill. Of course, those with even a cursory knowledge of history or geology know that this mountain located on the west coast of Italy is one of the most active volcanoes in the world. Honestly, the Vesuvius eruption is not even the most interesting part of the story of the Italian city….READ MORE


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Theodoros II is a lawyer, a freelance writer, an opinionated blogger and an Internet fanatic who recently moved to "The Lost City of Atlantis" and now desperately misses junk food, city lights, comics and trash TV. You can follow him on twitter @TheodorosII


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