Pompeia, Italy— A little-known but highly sought-after Italian town, where the walls have fallen and the city has been a fortress of luxury, has become a tourist destination for many residents.
The walls of the town in the northern Italian region of Emilia-Romagna, which is home to a Roman-era castle and its surrounding region, were removed in 2017, and the town was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2017.
But now, in an effort to revive the town and attract tourists, Pompei is celebrating the walled-off past of the ancient town, now known as Wallis, with a new showpiece.
“The walled area is not only a cultural site, it’s also a cultural and historic place, the source of many interesting and historic works,” said Giulia Bortoli, director of the National Institute of Historical and Museological Research.
“I have been working on this project for 10 years and it has been very much an adventure.”
The new exhibition, “Pompei,” opens at the National Museum of the Republic on January 27, 2018.
It is set to run for three weeks.
In its new exhibition “Pomei,” the National Museums of the World (MMW) will feature works from Pompey, which includes the original walls of Wallis and the walls of Pompeo.
The walled wall in Pompeis courtyard, which was built around the wall of the castle and the surrounding area, is located in the town’s Palatine area.
“We wanted to bring the history and the heritage back to Pompe.
We had this idea from a cultural point of view,” said Bortolo.
“In the end, we have achieved that.”
“I’ve spent two years trying to create something new and unique in Pompei.
But we still have a long way to go.”
“Poma” is a cultural institution, not just an architectural one, but also a museum, a museum that has to meet the expectations of the local communities.
It has to be accessible to everyone, Bortola said.
“There’s a reason that the National Mall is called the Mall of Pompei, but the name is not so obvious, as it’s not in the city,” she said.
The museum’s main attraction will be the walls that were built on the original wall of Pompo.
Bortolin said that the walls in Pompi were used as a sort of protection for the inhabitants, who would come from far and wide to visit.
“This is not a tourist resort.
It’s a cultural centre,” she added.
The “Pompo” museum, which has opened in Pompo, is the only one in Italy where visitors can take part in an architectural program and interact with the wall, which have been built by a contractor named Eusebio Boccio.
Boccioli, a native of Pompora, a small town near the city of Pompero, said that he wanted to restore the old wall, in which there were statues of the gods and animals, and to do so with the help of a group of artists.
“He’s an amazing guy, a very artistic person,” Bocciano said.
But Boccia, who is currently an Italian citizen, has a lot to lose, because of the closure of the city’s public transport system and a planned modernization of the Pompei castle, which the architect had built.
“It’s not easy to restore, especially since it’s a tourist place,” Bortololi said.
As part of the project, the architect has commissioned a team of 15 artists to restore some of the original pieces, and is planning to show them at the show.
“They are very talented and have done very well.
The project is really important,” Boulton said.
Pompei’s restoration project is being financed by the National Library of Italy and the Pompera-based Italian Archaeological Institute.