Trevi Fountain – a Question of Perspective

Finally, we made it to Roma and Trevi Fountain.

For once, Wednesday is nearly wordless! Let the pictures speak for themselves.

(I only blurred the visitors a little.)

Trevi Fountain Rome at night

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It looks as if this place has always been busy…

Old Painting of Trevi Fountain
Trevi Fountain in the 18th century, painted by Giovanni Paolo Pannini cc

Happy (online) traveling!

Farewell TXL – So Long Tegel Airport

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13 thoughts on “Trevi Fountain – a Question of Perspective

    1. It was certainly wonderful to get out. The fountain is gigantic but we didn’t even try to get close to the water. Maybe not the time of day to enjoy in peace?!?
      It is almost odd to be surrounded with so many people. We went to a show on Saturday and apparently there were 17000 people. Nice break between covid outbreaks (Is it too early to make jokes about that?)

  1. I’ve heard of Trevi Fountain and the myth of the coins, but have never seen a picture of it. I had no idea it was so large. So I had to Google the coin story as I couldn’t remember it. So, I hope you did toss one coin which means you’ll return to Rome!

    1. We didn’t make it, it was just way to crowded, however, it was so hot those days, around sunset was probably not the best time… No coins but at least not three coins for divorce. Or was it four? Tourguides are a special breed 🙂

      1. It looked like it was very crowded there – that is the trouble with big tourist attractions. It is hard to get near them. I had to Google it and four coins must be for divorce. 🙂 I never saw the movie, but here’s how it goes for the fountain: If you throw one coin: you will return to Rome. If you throw two coins: you will fall in love with an attractive Italian. If you throw three coins: you will marry the person that you met. Hmm.

      2. It was the only guided tour we took all holiday. Nothing for claustrophobic people! But Rome at night was really beautiful…now back to real life 🌻

      3. Rome and Paris have been on my bucket list for years and I hope to see them one day. It’s tough to come back to real life after a wonderful vacation – sigh.

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