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The Trevi fountain, a symbol of the Eternal City, made famous by movies such as Roman Holiday. It was commissioned by Pope Clement XII in 1732 and completed in 1762. The central figure is that of Neptune, to the left is a statue representing Abundance on the right Salubrity. Neptune is riding in a chariot, in the shape of a shell, one horse is calm while the other is resistant. The Trevi fountain, along with several other fountains in the city center, is fed through an aqueduct that brings water from the Salone Springs approximately 14 miles outside of Rome.

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