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This massive early 17th Century Baroque fountain was built to celebrate the re-opening of an old Roman aqueduct.
This massive early 17th Century Baroque fountain was built to celebrate the re-opening of an old Roman aqueduct. Water played an important role in this area in Roman times as the grain was milled here using water mills.
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