The Fountain of Neptune, in Piazza Navona

The Fountain of Neptune, in Piazza Navona © Mano Chandra Dhas

Rome, Italy – The Fountain of Neptune in Piazza Navona designed in 1574 by Giacomo Della Porta. The popular Piazza Novona in Rome, goes back to ancient Roman times when it was the site of the Stadium of Domitian which was built in the first Century AD. The Piazza was transformed into a significant example of Baroque Roman Architecture during the reign of Pope Innocent X who reigned from 1644 to 1655 AD. Today it is a very popular Roman square where many artists display their paintings for sale to visitors. Photo shot in the afternoon sunlight; horizontal format. © Mano Chandra Dhas

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