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Pagina di snodo Tassonomia
Largo San Rocco

As the plaque above it proclaims, the small marble fountain was built by an unknown artist in 1774, at the time of Pope Clement XIV, on the occasion of the restora

Fontana di Piazza Campitelli
Piazza di Campitelli

Designed by Giacomo Della Porta in 1589 and built by Pompilio De Benedetti, the fountain consists of an octagonal travertine base on which rests a cup with the same shape.

Piazza Colonna

This fountain was designed by Giacomo Della Porta and built by the sculptor Rocco Rossi from Fiesole in 1575 and completed in 1577.

Piazza dei Quiriti

In 1924, a competition was launched to build 5 fountains in newly built neighborhoods.

Fontana in piazza delle Cinque Scole
Piazza Delle Cinque Scole

In 1587, under the pontificate of Pope Sixtus V, the restoration and reparation of the ancient Alexandrian Aqueduct were completed.

Fontana di piazza Mazzini foto Sovrintendenza Capitolina ai Beni Culturali
Piazza Giuseppe Mazzini

On the occasion of the arrangement of the central part of Piazza Mazzini, the architect Raffaele De Vico realised the large fountain - inspired by an ancient nymphaeum

Fontana di Piazza Nicosia Foto Sovrintendenza
Piazza Nicosia

One of the oldest Renaissance fountains in Rome, it is also called the "Trullo fountain", because it was once placed in the middle of "Piazza del Trullo", now Piazza del Popolo. Af

Piazza di Santa Maria in Trastevere

This is one of the most ancient monumental fountains in Rome, already documented in a map of Rome made by Pietro del Massaio in 1471, and for a long time it was also the only publi

Piazza Mastai

A few years before the breach of Porta Pia that put an end to the temp

Fontana di Trevi
Piazza di Trevi

The most famous of the Roman fountains: a jewel of water and stone

Fontana di Pio IX a Via Annia
Via Annia

This fountain was originally placed in a wash-house facing the basilica di San Clemente. It was designed in 1864 by Virgilio Vespignani under pope Pious the Ninth Mastai Ferretti (1846-1878).

Via degli Staderari

The fountain, formed by a large basin in Egyptian granite from Assuan, rests on a Carrara marble base in the centre of a large peperino basin.

Fontana in Piazza Pietro D’illiria foto Sovrintendenza
Piazza Pietro d'Illiria

Leaning against the boundary wall of the Savello Park, better known as the "Orange Garden", the fountain is made up of two pieces: a Roman thermal bath and a monumental mar

Via Bocca di Leone

When Prince Don Marino Torlonia bought the current Nuñez-Torlonia palace, built in 1660 by Giovanni Antonio De Rossi for the Marquis Francesco Nuñez-Sanchez, he restored it and added a fountain

Leone scalinata Campidoglio
Piazza D'Aracoeli

Les deux fontaines, placées symétriquement au début de la cordonata du Capitole (pente douce montant au Capitole), présentent deux lions égyptiens en basalte, de la bouche

Piazza Farnese - Foto Profilo ufficiale Facebook Ambassade de France en Italie
Piazza Farnese

In the first half of the 16th century, Pope Paul III ordered to move to Piazza Farnese – the main square of the

Fontane di piazza San Pietro
Piazza San Pietro
In the heart of world Christianity are the "almost" twin fountains located symmetrically in the centre of the two hemicycles of the Berninian colonnade and a straight line with t
Fontana sarcofago lato Basilica Santa Maria del Popolo ph Sovrintendenza Capitolina ai Beni Culturali
Piazza del Popolo

Entering the magnificent Piazza del Popolo, after crossing the Porta del Popolo (the ancient Porta Flaminia), there are the two Fontane Sarcofago

Bassorilievo a via della Scrofa
Via della Scrofa

The small marble sow that gives the street its name, perhaps the fragment of an ancient bas-relief, is documented since 1445 as applied to the wall of the former convent of Sant’Agostino

Fonte di Anna Perenna
Via Guidubaldo Del Monte, snc

The Fountain of Anna Perenna was found in 1999 while conducting excavations for an underground car park at the corner of piazza Euclide and via G.

Foro Boario
Via Luigi Petroselli

The Forum Boarium was the space given over to the cattle market and was situated between the Tiber and the Capitoline, Palatine, and Aventine hills.

Foro di Augusto
Piazza del Grillo, 1
Foro di Cesare-Foto Sovrintendenza Archeologica di Roma
Clivo Argentario

The Forum of Caesar was the first of the Imperial Forums to be built; it was begun in 54 BC, as an extension of the ancient

Foro di Nerva
Via dei Fori Imperiali

This Forum was built by Domitian (81-96 AD), but inaugurated after his death by his successor Nerva in 97 AD.

Via di San Gregorio, 30

Formerly a swampy area, only from the end of the seventh century BC with the reclamation of the valley, the Roman Forum slowly began to become the centre of public life for over a

Galleria Alberto Sordi
Galleria di Piazza Colonna

Located in the middle of Via del Corso, a few steps from the Trevi Fountain, the historic G

Galleria Sciarra
Piazza dell'Oratorio

A period of urban transformation and modernization began after the proclamation of Rome as the Capital of Italy.

Gasometro (o Gazometro)
Via del Commercio, 9/11

A colossal iron structure that is almost 90 meters in height and with a diameter of 63 meters, nicknamed for its monumentality the “Industrial Colosseum” or “Moder