The Trevi Fountain in Rome. It is carved into the back side of a building. I was surprised when I first saw it. It is obviously very large. We knew we were walking towards it, or atleast trying too. Then all of the sudden it was just right there. It was very crowded everytime we went by that area. We ate at a neat place near it in one of the alleys that was good. I will try and find the name and then add it to this post when I have a chance.
I just realized that this photo is not part of the Trevi fountain, this is just a regular old drinking fountain. We carried water bottles around with us the whole time in Rome because they had public water fountains with drinkable water all over the place.
Now here’s the Trevi Fountain!
The Trevi Fountain is an 18th-century fountain in the Trevi district in Rome, Italy, designed by Italian architect Nicola Salvi and completed by Giuseppe Pannini and several others.