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Trevi Fountain

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Open Open 24 hours
Recommended sightseeing time:0.5-1 hour
Address:Piazza di Trevi, 00187 Rome RM
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The Trevi Fountain is the largest and most famous fountain in Rome, Italy. It is also the temple of the Roman sea god Neptun. The fountain is located at the intersection of three streets. The total height of the wishing pool is about 25.9 meters and the width is about 19.8 meters. It is the largest baroque fountain in the world. It is famous all over the world after the movie "Roman Holiday" became popular all over the world. The fountain is completely symmetrical, with a statue of the sea god in the center, designed by the sculptor Braddock in 1762, the majestic fountain with a shrine of the sea gods, Neptune's triumphant return, in the middle of the seashell chariot, Two horses pulled at their feet were drawn by two water gods, the blazing trance on the left and the gentleness on the right, respectively, symbolizing the turbulent calm. There is a goddess about the sea goddess, representing the plump and healthy, the background wall top four goddess, different artifacts, representing the four seasons. Each statue is different, lifelike. The base of the statues of the gods is a seemingly chaotic reef. The main body of the fountain is in front of the gods. The springs flow from the rocks between the statues to all sides and finally converge in one place. Address: Piazza di Trevi, 00187 Roma RM, Italy

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Trevi Fountain is also called the "Maiden's Fountain". Actually, most people prefer to call it the "Wishing Well". It is one of the most exquisitely carved works of art in Rome, and a must-see for all visitors. The image of the seahorse in the fountain sculpture is vivid. It's violent expression symbolizes the vagaries of the ocean, and the fantasy of fate. People come here and use their left hands to throw coins over their right shoulders. This is done to show you will return to Rome and find romance. Whether this superstition is true or not, the coin throwing has already become inextricably linked with the fountain. Everyone loves to take pictures of themselves making a wish.
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