St. Babila Square is a very large square, and the fountain is quite simple, a shape similar to a small pyramid. However, this area is a top shopping, tourism and commercial plaza. You can take the subway to San Biego to see the fountain, see the historical buildings, and finally reach the Cathedral Square.
If you just talk about this fountain, it really doesn't look good. The height of the spray is not high, and the surrounding houses are mixed with modern and historical buildings, and it feels like a street sketch. However, the water is at least very clean, and it is located in the main commercial road, providing a good resting place for white-collar workers and residents.
Piazza Fontana bombing in the 70's is the first thing that come to mind to local residents. But the history of this Square goes beyond that
Small festival markets
The square is large, quiet, clean, and orderly.
The breath of life in this area is very strong, and it also has a sense of the times