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One of the more important archaeological sites in the world falls apart for the second time in history: the ruins of ancient Rome in Pompei.<br />
Lack of funds, corruption , administrative slowness and corruption  have transformed this heritage of UNESCO in the symbol of Italian and European crisis. <br />
Pompeii is dying slowly, being watched  by thousands of tourists. Just 10 percent of the old Italian houses called Domus are still in conditions to receive visits.<br />
While the government got more European funds to stop the destruction and decay of Pompei, architects and historians point out that the real problem is that Italian mafia known as La Camorra  controls the place. They capture and divert resources originally destined to maintenance.

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One of the more important archaeological sites in the world falls apart for the second time in history: the ruins of ancient Rome in Pompei.
Lack of funds, corruption , administrative slowness and corruption have transformed this heritage of UNESCO in the symbol of Italian and European crisis.
Pompeii is dying slowly, being watched by thousands of tourists. Just 10 percent of the old Italian houses called Domus are still in conditions to receive visits.
While the...
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Author: Lorenzo Moscia/Archivolatino
Date created: 6 Dec 2012
Dimension: 2662x4000
File size: 2.5MB
City: Rome
Country: Italy
Keywords: popeya, ruins, ruinas, lorenzo moscia, arqueologia, pompeya
Copyright: Lorenzo Moscia/Archivolatino


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