Trevi Fountain

Piazza di Trevi (Rome)


The fountain, designed by Nicola Salvi and lying on one side of the Palazzo Poli, was inaugurated in 1735 and belongs to the late Baroque.

The most known and persistent tradition says that throwing a coin into the fountain, voltandole, there is a propitious future back in the city. You ignore the origins of the tradition, but could derive from the ancient custom of throwing in sacred sources supplementary taxes or small gifts to propitiate the deity, like the local wells.


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