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The TREVI FOUNTAIN is Rome's most famous fountain.  Although there has been a fountain in this tiny piazza since Roman times, the present-day fountain was built in 1732 and takes its names from the fact that three roads converge at the piazza.

The intricate sculptures and clear water make this fountain the perfect place to while the day away.  Before you leave, throw two coins into the fountain.  Legend has it that the first coin grants you your wish, while the second coin ensures your return to Rome!

   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

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