There are many fountains in Italy and they are all very unique. The Bee Fountain is one of the attractions worth seeing. The beautiful and elegant statues and spectacular classical buildings attract many tourists to come and shoot.
There are many fountains in Rome. This one was designed by Bellini and was named after the bee fountain, the emblem of the family. The three little bees are very interesting. It can be reached by subway, but the center of Rome is not big, so walking is the best way.
The bee fountain is one of Bernini’s many works. It is located on a corner of Piazza Barberini. The fountain is small and cute. Three small bees are attached to a large marble shell. It is vivid and beautiful.
Introduction to the Bee Fountain: The Bee Fountain (Fontana delle Api) was completed by Bernini in 1644 and is located at the corner of Piazza Barberini. The bee is a symbol of the Barberini family. The fountain includes a marble shell and three bees resting on it. The original purpose was to drink horses. The inscription on the shell "Urban VIII built a fountain for the public decoration of the city, and built this small fountain to serve the citizens. In 1644, the 21st year of his reign."
The Bee Fountain is located at the corner of Piazza Barberini and Via Vittorio Veneto in Rome. It is also the work of the master Bernini. The fountain is small and cute. If there are a lot of tourists during the day, you may pass by it but ignore its existence. But the lanterns projected on the bee fountain at night are also unique.