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Nasoni - Fontanelle Pubbliche, Rome
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  • Lots of small fountains scattered around the old town. Sources of drinking water for local residents and tourists. If you bought a bottle of mineral water, it can be "refilled" in such places. The water is clean, tried.
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  • I think Romans and tourists appreciate this blessing! Needless to buy water when there is fresh and good. Some historical notes. In 1874, the city of Rome made the public drinking fountains, 120 cm high.  and 100 kg heavy. Le fontanelle have changed over time: first in the shape of a dragon with three spouts, then with a single smooth burners.  There are also fountains built in travertine;  they are called "Imperial Wolf".  «The "nasoni"-explains the Acea-are about 2,500 and covers now all territory of Rome and Ostia, present not only along streets, avenues and squares, but also in villas and gardens. Continuous water flow ensured by fontanelle produces enormous advantages from the point of view of hygiene: avoids the stagnation of water in pipes overnight, when the demand from households is significantly reduced, and allows you to keep a constant flow in the sewer pipes, preventing the formation of bad odours, especially in summer. " But it's not enough, the benefits of the beloved "nasoni" don't stop there: "an additional benefit of continuous spray from fontanelle is to make the water more easily accessible to children, to those who have difficulty using their hands to maneuver the faucets and even to the many animals" (from archive the Republic 2006) ACEA (municipal energy companies and environment) provides a map of fontanelle. Very useful!
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  • What would Rome without its Nabila? eternal, extraordinary, beautiful and magical but .... the Nasoni give that little bit extra. As you walk, maybe under the hot sun, verging on the walls to exploit every possible shade ... sticky hands and thirst that annoys ... There it is, a nice big nose that comes to help. Even if you're away from the older sisters, the beautiful fontanone that catch your eye with tourists and lovers of beauty. the big nose is there, it's there for you. Or just cool off or even to drink, remember that you are in Rome. And helps to keep your ride in beauty. Secluded spots like mushrooms, sharp eyes and you will find them. SEI a Roma, a beauty!
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