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Built in the early 1600, the fountain was originally located on the other side of the tiber during widening of the banks it was removed stored and later erected in its current location within Piazza Trilussa. worth a visit during a walk of the area.
While passing over Ponte Sisto we came across the very impressive Fontana Del Ponte Sisto and although by no means is it a must see attraction if your in the area it's still a nice site to visit.
Originally on the other side of the...More
The Aqua Traiana, (Trajan’s Aqueduct later, Acqua Paola), had been restored to supply water to Fontana dell'Acqua Paola up on the Janiculum Hill and this served the peoples needs for water this side of the Tiber. The opposite side also needed water, so a pipeline...More
Bridge leading into travestere. It's a nice bridge but that's all. It overlooks dirty greenish water. Entire bridge has vendors all along it. I mean I guess it fits with the area and brings the charm to the area. Fountain is just across from it....More
...that makes the atmosphere of the area. Though interesting it is far from impressive or very beautiful. But the lively piazza and the stairs filled with people makes this place worth a visit. The Fountain was originally constructed 1610 on the other side of Tiber...More
The huge fountain (or “fontanone” as Italian would say) was originally on the opposite side of the bridge as a part of a hospital complex (“The Hospital of Hundred Brothers”, hence its other name - “La fontana dei cento preti”). It was finished in 1610,...More
I discovered a bridge in Rome and an entirely different part of Trastevere area more on the Tiber river ! Full of young people at night there are numerous places to eat typical italian foods bakeries, caffe I stayed at an air bnb on via...More
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Trastevere ("beyond the Tiber") is like a faded postcard, a little worn around the edges but still charming. With its wide-open piazzas, meandering streets, weathered Renaissance buildings, and overgrown personality, it's become an irresistible mecca for visitors. Trastevere is an enclave of entertainment - a rotating set of street performers entertains almost every night, and unforgettable
eateries and bars pepper its piazzas and side streets. For a trip to the past, visit the southern and western flanks of Trastevere for pockets of yesteryear, less traversed areas with a residual 1960s and 70s Roman vibe.