The Temple of Serapide is not a temple but it’s a macellum (market) of the I-II century AD. The macellum is well preserved, thanks to bradyseism (volcanic activity that increases and then decreases the level of the city compared to the sea) of the city of Pozzuoli. The macellum was initially confused with a temple, because during the first excavations a statue of the Egyptian […]

Pozzuoli has been an important port for mid-south Italy. The region reveals various ruins from ancient settlements. Today, the town is famous for the experience of laid-back town, local south Italian culture and for fresh seafood. Pozzuoli is a city and comune of the Metropolitan City of Naples, in the Italian region of Campania. It is the main city of the Phlegrean Peninsula. HIGLIGHTS […]