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This nondescript fountain is located within a very small scruffy square with a tourist office on one side. Although it pales into insignificance compared to the many grand structures nearby it’s still worthy of few moments before moving on.
Located within Piazza Benedetto Cairol, is this fairly simple fountain, (not a Bernini), however adds to the beauty of the square, which is frequented by locals and the odd inquisitive tourist. Worth a visit when in the area, plenty of seating for a rest.
Piazza d'Aracoeli is a nice little piazza, with some greenery, but it is dominated by the big Piazza Venezia and it's in the shadow of that huge Monument, the Vittorio Emanuele II edifice. There is not much you can do in the small piazza, except...More
Fontana di Piazza d'Aracoeli is yet another lovely fountain in Rome. It is in the Piazza d' Aracoeli, near Piazza Venezia, and close to the Vittorio Emanuele II Monument, at the Capitoline Hill. It is quite a nice spot which you can enjoy better probably...More
Located in the tiny Piazza d'Aracoeli, off to one side of the large Piazza Venezia area, is this fountain. The fountain consists of two circular basins; at the top are cherubs pouring water from little jugs. The fountain was designed by Giacomo della Porta. Worth...More
This fountain that most people just walk past is actually a 16th century fountain. It is a double layered basin shaped fountain located close to the Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II.
The basin's lip or edge where the water spills over seemed to have heavy...More