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View of the Gulf of Pozzuoli from Solfatara Puzzle Details:

About: This new puzzle is base on a painting by the German artist Philipp Hackert(1737-1807) and it features a view of the Gulf of Pozzuoli from Solfatara (an area of volcanic steam vents). The Gulf of Pozzuoli is a small gulf in the northwestern end of the Gulf of Naples in the Tyrrhenian Sea. The countryside around Naples was very popular with 18th and 19th century painters due to its dramatic and impressive landscapes, volcanoes and classical ruins.
Image Source / Credits: The Cleveland Museum of Art, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Marlatt Fund

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