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June 20, 2009

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Nord Wennerstrom

thanks for an entertaining and transporting series of travelogs ... wonderful reminders of time spent in Naples, driving the Amalfi Coast, Pompeii, Ercolano, etc ...

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Thanks for sharing such a interesting information with us.

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The property was excavated mainly from many decades with unexcavated areas clearly seated below the area's low-income above-ground real estate. The primary function of the property is the truly amazing coloured walls design in situ comprising some of the globe's best known places.

Chindy

Hi Georgia, sorry a bit delayed ressonpe. I don't know if NYU events and speed of progress are related. Could be! It's still going to be a little while tho' (I thought it might be done relatively soon at that point.) Andrew, red would be fabulous! Is that significant for something or just because it's a great color? Thanks for your comment. Cathryn.

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