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Fonte Gaia was designed by Jacopo della Quercia around 1419, and you can find it in the higher part of Piazza del Campo. The water in the fountain comes from a spring in the nearby countryside and travels through 25 kilometres of underground passages known...More
The fountain was built in the early 15th century as the endpoint of the system of water conduits that were bringing the water to the center of the city. The “Fountain of the World” has a rectangularly shaped basin framed on three sides by many...More
The fountain is from Medieval times and as beautiful as it is today just imagine the wonder and awe it would have created back then when water was a precious resouce more appreciated than now - beautiful sculptures as well
Love this beautiful blue oasis in the midst of the piazza del campo. Like most other fountains in Italy there is a place to fill your container with water. So after you have enjoyed the beauty of the fountain You can find a place to...More
The fountain is located in the centre of their most beautiful and popular square - Piazza del Campo. It looks quite nice, but I don’t think it is worth the hype.
The original white marble sculptures are stored in a museum and the copies aren’t...More