About The Trevi Fountain
The Trevi Fountain (Fountain di Trevi) is an iconic eighteenth century monument in Rome. It was designed by Nicola Salvi, but following his death in 1751 it was continued by Giuseppe Pannini and completed in 1762.
A stunning depiction of several ancient deities and resplendent with frescos of legends and myths, the Trevi Fountain attracts floods of tourists, keen to throw their coins into its waters to assure their return to Rome – or so goes the myth.
The Pantheon in Rome is one of the most famous and well-preserved ancient buildings in the world.
The Monument to Victor Emmanuel II celebrates the first king to rule a unified Italy.
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