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The Roman way of life

The Roman way of life

Until February 12, 2012, the Maillol museum in Paris is devoting an exhibition to Pompeii, and more particularly to the houses and villas buried by Vesuvius in 79 AD. They are indeed among the few residences dating from this period to have have been found in their entirety. An opportunity not to be missed to revisit the style of the prestigious interiors of the Roman Empire.

The Roman way of life


Grand Hotel de la Minerve ** From elegance to the ceiling! Flowers, large ceramic vases made, frescoes covering the sky of the room, a vase-shaped lamp: impossible to deny it, this decor, even modern, does indeed make a nod to the Empire ancient Roman. **

The Roman way of life


Grand Hotel de la Minerve ** Characteristics of Pompeii dwellings, the high arched ceilings show that the architecture of the Roman Empire has left its mark here. The statues adorning the walls also echo the past. These objects are indeed those to have been found in greater number under Vesuvius. **

The Roman way of life


Hotel Nerva ** This ancient fresco on the wall recalls that which was found in Pompeii. The Roman Empire and its art… **

The Roman way of life


Baglioni Hotels ** The art of living also goes through the time of the meal: embroidery for the seats, choice of dishes on the table. **