The broken ship fountain, located on the Plaza de España, just before the Spanish Steps. This fountain was rebuilt by the famous designer Bernini’s father Peter Benini. It is also the oldest fountain in Rome, built in the 16th century. The fountain is not big, but the design is very clever. Hepburn also played in front of this fountain during the Roman holiday in the movie. Many tourists now sit on the Spanish Steps and admire it.
The broken ship fountain, this is the iconic fountain of Plaza de España, the works of Bernini and his son, but unfortunately the fountain is surrounded by railings. The pictures taken are relatively ordinary. There are really many people in Plaza España, and the surrounding area is a shopping paradise.
The broken ship fountain, the famous fountain on Plaza de España, was sealed up due to the New Year's event. People are really everywhere on the Spanish steps. I bought pompi desserts and walked through Plaza España back to the hotel to eat!
Cute, boat-like statute commemorating the flood of the Tiber in 1598. Built by Bernini's father for Pope Urban VIII in 1629.
The broken ship fountain, baroque, is located in the Plaza de España below the Spanish Steps. Pope Barberini Ubano VIII ordered the construction after the flooding of the Tiber in 1598, and Peter Bernini and Zian Bernini finally completed it in 1627. Tourists from all over the world gather here, and some foreigners drink the water here. It should be of good quality, right? It is a scenic spot worth visiting. There are many scenic spots nearby. You will pass by here. Don't forget to take a beautiful photo!
The water from the fountain then flows into the broken ship first, and then slowly overflows from the four sides of the ship. In addition, the entire fountain is almost as high as the street, and it really feels like a ship sinking in Plaza de España. How can one not stop and take a closer look at such an interesting scene. The large steps of the Plaza de España are the masterpieces of the Baroque master Bernini. The Church of the Holy Trinity looks down on the crowds on the steps. There are always people playing guitar or taking pictures in front of the "Broken Boat Fountain" under the steps, and there are also thirsty tourists drinking water. This fountain is the work of Bernini's father Pietro Bernini. The so-called broken ship fountain is actually not broken, but rather unique.
The broken ship fountain is located in the center of Plaza de España. Like the Spanish Steps, it is a masterpiece of the Baroque master Benigni. It forms a harmonious whole with the surrounding streets, churches, and squares. The "Broken Ship Fountain" is always full of tourists, especially in summer. The outer edge of the fountain pool is almost as high as the street level, and in the center of the pool is a stone boat overflowing with water. From a distance, it looks like a boat sinking in Plaza de España.