Travelers at Bologna Airport may notice a familiar supercar on the runways, and that’s because it’s the new Lamborghini Huracán Evo Follow Me vehicle. This special edition Huracán Evo was designed to turn heads at Bologna “Guglielmo Marconi” International Airport, which is located near the Automobili Lamborghini headquarters in Sant’Agata Bolognese.
Photo credit: Archaeological Park of Pompeii
It may not resemble the snack bars of today, but this one, discovered by archaeologists in Pompeii dates back to 79 C.E. The snack bar, or thermopolia, is decorated with various images, including a rooster, ducks, and a dog on a leash and just one of the eighty other stalls unearthed at this site. This enables researchers to learn about the eating and living habits of residents of the ancient city.
If you’re a LEGO fan that loves challenges, the new Colosseum set should provide you with countless hours of building fun. Why? It’s the largest LEGO set yet, consisting of 9,036 pieces. No detail was spared, as it recreates the incredible architecture of the original Roman amphitheater. Featuring three distinct stories, each of which are adorned with the columns of the Doric, Ionic and Corinthian orders, faithfully recreated in LEGO brick form.