One of the largest Baroque fountains in Rome it is in the Trevi District of Rome stands some 26.3 metres wide and 49.15 metres tall. This fountain used to be the sole water supply to ancient Rome found with the help of a virgin and an an aqueduct was built for almost 22 kms to bring the pure water from the aquifer to meet Rome's needs and was destroyed during a war and was rebuilt again and serves as a tourist attraction now. If you make a wish here and throw a coin into the fountain you will visit Rome again: so goes the legend.
The day we visited the fountain it was raining so had to keep my bigger Coolpix in the coach and slid a smaller point and shoot into my pocket and took the picture, dear friends, hope you like it.

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