By  on November 26, 2019

MILAN — After almost a year of work, Fendi on Tuesday unveiled the four fountains the luxury fashion and accessories house had pledged to restore back in 2016.

The fountains of Acqua Paola at the Gianicolo, also known as the Fontanone and recently seen in the Academy Award-winning film “The Great Beauty”; the Mosè in Piazza San Bernardo; the Peschiera in Piazzale degli Eroi, and the new Acqua Vergine at the Pincian Hill were reopened in the presence of the mayor of Rome, Virginia Raggi; the chairman and chief executive officer of Fendi, Serge Brunschwig, and Rome’s Superintendent of Cultural Heritage, Maria Vittoria Marini Clarelli.

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