Through the statal panoramic Road SS. 145 along Castellammare di Stabia, go to the discovery of Herculaneum excavations, destroyed with Pompeii during the eruption in 79 A.C.. The city was surrounded by the villas of Roman patricians and when the eruption in 79 A.C. surprised the romans, the city was submerged by a torrent of mud and lava. The mass of debris that covered Herculaneum was subsequently solidified into tuff. This solidification process has kept intact objects and wooden parts, which are still visible and well preserved. However much of the ancient city is still buried under the modern Herculaneum, and are still ongoing excavation work to discover what still lies beneath the modern city.
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