In Rome a city full of historical sites is a monumental fountain and one of the most beautiful in the world. How much the legend that its origin is from the time of Emperor Augustus and its construction is due to the general Agrippa whom a beautiful woman pointed to a water location on the outskirts of the city and Agrippa built the aqueduct called Acqua Virgo.
The source is known today, it was built in the seventeenth century by a man named Nicola Salvi, who stunned the world with its design. But Salvi could not see his finished work due to health problems, since the work was delayed for more than 30 years.
It is believed that this wonderful source ritual of tossing a coin to make a wish, in this case the urban history says visitors threw the coin to ensure your return to the Eternal City.
Another interesting story is that of that fountain was part of the scene of a famous film of Federico Fellin, “La Dolce Vita”