Fonte Gaia Di Villa Borghese, Rome

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  • They walk through the park of Villa Borghese, crossed completely by accident. Interesting the three statues that compose it. I didn't know anything about it. If you pass through the park definitely to observe.
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  • You can see the Gaia Di Villa fountain as you stroll through Villa Borghese Park... Water, however, in the fountain is not observed, but there are sculptures ... What exactly they symbolize, everyone can determine for themselves independently ...
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  • Walking in the park, careful not to lose sight of every detail, even the most insignificant, we come to the Gaia Fountain. Chérie, an expert in art and purity of style, immediately notices the child with goat's limbs and the diabolical appearance, who scrutinizes us with a maligned grin. They support him, content with that perhaps unexpected gift, the manly Sileno, half man and half beast, and his mother Nymph, who savors joy in a momentum of intimate modesty. With his murmur, the source sings the ode to life. It is one of the most beautiful sculptures in Rome.
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  • This is a good place.
  • Lovely round fountain called Gaia representing the family of a Satyrs; a satyr on the left, along with a woman holding the small Gaia. It was designed by Giovanni Nicolini, in 1929. Recently (2017), has been restored.
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  • It works. Is quite beautiful
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  • A source without water. Too bad. Inside Villa Borghese near piazza Siena two satyrs supporting Gaia in a harmonious movement that is at one with the base and pedestal decorated with lovely circularity rabbit heads ... Shame about the lack of water
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  • Too bad there's a dataplate which would know what represents this statue placed on a circular pedestal. Reading on the internet are a Daddy Faun is a Mama Ninfa supporting Gaia girl, although it seems to me more than if the contending rather than support her
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