The water from the fountain flowed into the wrecked boat first, then slowly overflowed from all sides of the boat. With the fountain almost as high as the street, it felt like a ship sank in the Spanish Square. How can such an interesting scene not stop to enjoy. The big steps of Spanish Square are the masterpiece of Baroque Master Benini. The Church of the Holy Trinity overlooks the crowds of people on the steps. There are always people playing guitars or taking pictures in front of the "broken boat fountain" beneath the steps, and thirsty tourists drinking water. This fountain is the work of Benini's father, Petro Benini. The so-called broken ship fountain is not broken, but rather unique.
Just on the side of Spain Square, there are a lot of people, a little chaotic, not very big fountains, but they are still designed. The sculpture is very beautiful, which adds color to the Square. Near the fountain are almost full of people. It would be better to go later.
The fountain is just between the steps of Spain and the shopping street of Condotti. The reason why it is called the fountain of a broken ship is that it is like a sinking boat, and the water spills out of the boat. This was commissioned by Pope Ulban VIII by Pietro Bernini, who later completed the design of the statue with the help of his son, the more famous Bernini. The design was inspired by the crumbling feeling of boats in the middle of the Tiber River during the flood season during Christmas.
Under the steps of Spain, the green pool water of the fountain of the wrecked boat sets off the good atmosphere of the ocean, which is also Bernini's work, but later transformed by his father Peter Bernini, the fountain was wrapped in a boat, the fountain first flowed into the wrecked boat, and then overflowed from all sides of the boat.
The fountain of the broken boat is actually located in the Spanish Square. I don't know why it is the smallest fountain in Rome. The wrecked boat was surrounded by tourists and it was hard to take a picture. It was very lucky that a little rain and sunshine began to shine in the broken boat along the way.
In front of the steps of the Spanish Square, a sinking boat, whose name is very straightforward, is called a fountain of broken boats. The boat is the work of Bernini's father, Peter Bernini. A small spring gushes from the fountain center. The water pressure is not very high. Slowly, the water accumulates and fills the boat. Then it overflows from the shallow edge of the boat, as if the boat is sinking slowly.
The fountain is located in the center of Spain Square in Rome, Italy. The fountain is Baroque in design. It is very interesting. It adds a sense of joy and mobility to the square. It was built by Pope Babenigni Ubano VIII and commissioned by Benini. On the steps is Santa Trinity Square. Tourists from all over the world come to Rome to visit and rest on the stairs.