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Italy: Pompei, new collapse, gives the wall of a domus
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11/30/2012 11:19 AM
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It 'happened along the alley in Modesto Regio VI. The case is the rain. The Superintendence: "It 's in an area of the ancient city carved in early 800 and have long inhibited the public."
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New collapse in Pompeii. A wall of rough stone, near the alley of Modesto, sold within the ruins of Pompeii, probably because of the heavy rain of recent days. The wall is located in an area closed to the public, where they are already planned interventions safety of the "Great project Pompeii."
"Today - refers to the Superintendence for Archaeological Heritage of Naples and Pompeii - there was the failure of a stretch of about 2 cubic meters of masonry in mixed work relevant to one of the houses along the small alley in the Region VI, in an area the ancient city carved in early 800 and have long inhibited the public. "
The on-site inspection was conducted this morning by the technical supervision together with representatives of the local police station. "The safety of the entire royal there - highlights the supervision - is one of the priorities of the 'big project pompeii' and the relevant notice is to be published shortly."
[link to napoli.repubblica.it]
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