The Trevi Fountain in Rome is one of the most famous fountains in all the world. When I stopped in Rome recently that was easy to tell as I jostled for position just to grab a shot that didn’t include a stray arm or head from the hundreds of other tourists that surrounded me.
Even with so many people there the fountain really is a remarkable sight and well worth the effort to snap a photo. An interesting fact I learnt about while in Italy is that there is an estimated 3000 euros tossed into the fountain each day. That’s a fair pay day for a fountain that’s been around since 1762 don’t you think.