The History of Tourism in Ancient Rome.

  Tourism in Ancient Rome: Historic Evolution of Tourism Rome  –  Roman Roads  – Pont du Gard   –  Roman Sex Festivities.  – Roman Roads Calculator This is the first part of an investigation of the History of Tourism. The second part, Tourism in the Middle Ages can be read here Tourism is a series of trips made for pleasure or for commercial, professional or similar reasons, during which the absence of habitual residence is only temporary. History of Classical Tourism …

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Erotic Pompeii, Vettii House – Italy

Erotic Pompeii Vettii House The House of the Vettii in Pompeii, famous for its erotic paintings, can now be visited, although the most surprising environments still remain closed to tourists.   Pompeii was buried by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD.  The ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum are one of the main tourist attractions in Italy. Vettii house of Pompeii, may be visited by tourists. It had been closed for twelve years, but the interventions for its restoration will …

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How Many People will Travel the World?

How many People Travel the World?: 2022      2021   2020      2019      2018       Travel the World 2022 WTTC expects world tourism to recover to 85% in 2022  with an 18% recovery in tourism employment and international travel doubling. Travel with Insulin & Diabetes The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) forecasts that the sector will recover 85% of the pre-pandemic level by the end of 2022, as long as no more mobility restrictions are …

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History of Tourism: Pompeii 89 BC – 1970 AD

How was Tourism in Ancient Pompeii?   History of Tourism in Ancient Pompeii, 89 BC- 62 AD: In 89 BC was besieged by Lucio Cornelio Sila. And he surrendered in the year 80 a. After this episode, Sulla established a colony with the name of Colonia Cornelia Veneria Pompeianorum. The inhabitants received Roman citizenship shortly after, but were removed from part of their territory. The inhabitants of the municipality of Pompeii lost their political freedom. What Rome gave them was …

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Leda and the Swan in Pompeii

Leda and the Swan in Pompeii City A group of archaeologists work in the Pompeii archaeological park in southern Italy. There was a spectacular erotic fresco in very good condition. It is the Greek myth of seduction, embodied in Leda and the swan. It is a unique and exceptional find, said the director of the archaeological park, Massimo Osanna, when announcing the discovery. According to Greek mythology, Leda was the wife of Tindareo of Sparta. While she was walking along …

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