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Fontana dell'acqua Felice

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Fountain of Moses

This monumental fountain is located on Piazza San Bernardo. It is also known as Fountain of Moses... read more

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In fact original fountains in Rome where ending points of aqueducts, providing water for citizens... read more

Reviewed 6 May 2018
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The Fontana dell'Acqua Felice, also called the Fountain of Moses, is a monumental fountain located in the Quirinal eDistrict of Rome, Italy. It marked the terminus of the Acqua Felice aqueduct restored by Pope Sixtus V. It was designed by Domenico...more
Piazza San Bernardo, Rome, Italy
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Reviewed 2 days ago

This monumental fountain is located on Piazza San Bernardo. It is also known as Fountain of Moses as the central arch of the fountain features a statue of Moses. Worth a visit if in the area.

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank nellielim
Reviewed 6 July 2018

Stunning monumental fountain wall which marks the end of a restored aqueduct. Also known as Fountain of Moses. Water flows from the statues into basins where four lions are spouting water. (A good drinking water supply). The fountain is also a political statement of how...More

Date of experience: June 2018
Thank Holmes-Jen
Reviewed 6 May 2018

In fact original fountains in Rome where ending points of aqueducts, providing water for citizens. This one dates to 16th century, to 1587 to be precise and was built by pope commemorate completing aqueduct. We found this accidentally as looking for a dinner place.

Date of experience: April 2018
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Reviewed 7 April 2018

This fountain -Fontana dell'acqua Felice is located on Piazza San Bernardo and is also called Fountain of Moses. Worth seeing it.

Date of experience: February 2018
Thank Jivko V
Reviewed 17 February 2018

Pope Sixtus V. Whose real name was Felice Peretti. The design that looks like a Triumphal arch was built to commemorate the completion of the aqueduct (Acqua Felice), that provided the neighbourhood with fresh water. It is indeed a very striking fountain. The four Egyptian...More

Date of experience: February 2018
Thank JnVSydney
Reviewed 29 January 2018

A really gorgeous fountain on a very busy plaza. It's a monumental fountain like the Trevi Fountain in a completely different setting. Unlike the Trevi Fountain there's really nowhere to stand to take your selfie, but on the other hand you can literally walk into...More

Date of experience: January 2018
Thank Tess673
Reviewed 18 October 2017

Fontana dell'acqua Felice is a great monument to Water, built in the 16th century! Well, perhaps, celebrating water. Italy, it seems, has or had, huge volumes of fresh water, which explains the hundreds of fountains everywhere. Fontana dell'acqua Felice was connected with a vast aqueduct...More

Date of experience: June 2017
Thank Dimitris L
Reviewed 7 July 2017

This fountain, on the Via XX Settembre was constructed to mark the arrival of fresh water to this part of Rome in the late 16th century. It is striking, not least because of it's closeness to the footpath, which means that Moses (and Aaron and...More

Date of experience: July 2017
Thank UlsterFryNo1
Reviewed 28 June 2017

The fountain is also called the Fountain of Moses, It is a monumental fountain located in the Quirinale District of Rome. It is designed as a blind triumphal arch with three large niches. In the central niche stands a large statue of Moses, flanked on...More

Date of experience: August 2016
Thank MijnlieverdFH
Reviewed 25 June 2017 via mobile

There are plenty of fountains in Rome and this one is worth a visit if you're in the area. We were lucky as our hotel (Moses Fountain) was IN this fountain. So for a week, this was the front of our home. The fountain itself...More

Date of experience: June 2017
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A non-stop photo and souvenir opportunity, Trevi is
all about action. From early morning through the wee
hours, the piazza surrounding Trevi Fountain hosts a
never-ending flow of tourists hoping to make a wish or
take a selfie. Clever restaurants, charming
gelaterias, uncanny bars, kitsch shops, and a range of
hotels make up the local landscape. Beneath the bustle
are the remains of an ancient neighbourhood that you
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