In 1762 (after 30 years of interruptions, changes and vicissitudes) it was inaugurated in the version that
we can still admire.
The fountain, in Rococo style, represents Ocean (Greek mythological figure)
on a shell-shaped chariot drawn by two horses winged, one upset and one placid as can be the sea
at different moments.
In the niches next to Ocean we find on the left the statue of Abundance
and on the right Salubrity.
In the bas-reliefs above the statues there is on the left Agrippa
approving the construction of the Virgin aqueduct (the aqueduct inaugurated on 19 BC which still supplies
the fountain) and on the right the girl who, according to tradition, would have indicated to the
soldiers the whereabouts of the headwaters.
Getting out on the street turn left and reach the near subway station of
then catch the train going to Battistini direction and get off at Barberini station,
suddenly walk 5 minutes.
Once there why don't you try the St. Crispino ice cream?
It's quite expensive but really special. It's at n. 42, via della Panetteria