Temple of Vesta and Fountain of Tritons (Fontana dei Tritoni), Rome
|Architect/Designer||Bizzaccheri, Carlo Francesco (1655-1721)|
|Subject||Temples ; Fountains|
NOTES: This image is from an album of postcards of views of Rome, entitled 'Roma', probably dating from the late 1890s or early 1900s. The Temple of Hercules Victor (also called the Tempio di Vesta) dates from the end of the 2nd century BC and is the oldest marble building to survive in Rome. The Fountain of the Tritons (Fontana dei Tritoni) is 1715 by Carlo Francesco Bizzaccheri. It was also named Fountain of Clement XI after Pope Clement XI (1649-1721) who ordered one to be built in his memory.
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