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Tucked away in the small village of Minori on the Amalfi coast is an ancient Roman villa that was preserved due to floods and mud.
Restored a few times in the 20th century, it is now open to the public (free admission as well). You’ll have an opportunity to walk through the house of an ancient Roman who lived by the sea—including some beautifully restored and preserved tile work. A small museum provides historical information about the site before you go through.
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