Whether you are staying in a luxurious hotel in Rome, near Piazza Navona, Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere, Piazza del Popolo, or in one of the many hostels of the city, it’s hard to miss the numerous fountains located in every part of the city. Every fountain is a symbol of a historical event, and the design is truly enchanting! Most fountains depict ancient Roman Gods and heroes. Statues of animals such as horses, lions, eagles and mythical creatures are also a common decoration of fountains and buildings around the city.
Check out some of the most notable Roman fountain architecture in the photos below:
Lions fountain at Piazza del Popolo.
Fountain located in Piazza della Rotonda, In front of the Pantheon.
Fountain in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican.
Northward view of the Piazza Navona with the fontana del Moro and the Sant'Agnese in Agone church at dusk.
The Spanish Steps in Piazza di Spagna.
Old marble fountain in Pincio park in Villa Borghese.
Four Rivers fountain in "Piazza Navona". Navona Square is one of the best known landmarks of Italy and Europe.
Fountain of Neptune in Piazza Navona.
Villa d`Este fountain and garden in Tivoli, Rome.
It's well known that Rome has been referred to as “the city of fountains.” Book a hotel in Rome, and see for yourself the unique beauty of the Roman architecture and design.