The Trevi Fountain (Fontana di Trevi) is the most famous and also the most beautiful Baroque fountain in Rome, created in 1762.
It's 20 m long and 26 m high. It's very charming, especially on sunny days when the water surface reflects the sunlight, or at night when it is lit artificially. Leading figure of Neptune fountain is sitting in the chariot, two horses pulling it are symbolizing storm and calm waters. Guardians standing on both sides are Tritons, and on the balustrade there are four statues symbolizing the four seasons.
A tradition is throwing a coin into the water, which is supposed to ensure the return to this fabulous place.
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