Fountain of Piazza Mastai, Trastevere. Andrea Busiri Vici for Pio IX Mastai Ferretti in front of the building for the production of Tobac built in the 19th century. Inspired by Giacomo della Porta and the fountain of S Maria in Trastevere he also carved Dolphins and puttoes who are holding the first and the second basin
Fountain of the AraCoeli near Venice square and the Capitol hill. Giacomo della Porta. Four masks decorating the basin whereas on top 4 puttoes holding amphorae. On top three Hills, coat of arms of Pope Alexander VII Chigi who restored the fountain
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Fountain of the Pantheon. Leonardo Sormani following a project of Giacomo della Porta. Now remains only the basin with the dragons, coat of arms of Gregorio XIII Boncompagni. The obelisk was added by Barigioni for Clemens XI Albani. He added also the four Dolphins at the corners
Fountain in Piazza del Viminale. The Viminale building built by Manfredo Manfredi (Faro sul Gianicolo and Vittoriano) is the Ministero degli Interni. Morbiducci at the beginning of the 20th cent designed the fountain and added some decorations to the square for example the two eagles. On the fountain also the shewolf with the twin brothers and the sylmbol of the district Monti, 3 hills