Six new houses visible in Pompeii after restoration

The restoration project began back in 2012 and now on Christmas Eve 2015 the restored buildings have been unveiled. Those are: the Fullonica of Stephanus (Laundry), the House of Criptoportico, the House of Paquius Proculus, the House of Fabius Amandio, the House of Efebo and the House of Sacerdos Amandus. The project to have cost around €3m (£2.2million) and is a partnership between the European Commission and Italian authorities.


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