Not the big ones, but the smaller ones. Unfortunately, the day I saw the most interesting examples, I was without a camera (not having solved the converter problem yet. Actually I had solved it two days before, but once I got the converter back to the apartment, I found it didn’t work. It took me a couple of days to get back to the store, where they exchanged it with no argument. And yes, we tested it before I left this time. Why didn’t I buy that one I stared at in the Wal-Mart on 280 before I left? I have no idea.)r
So, to small examples out of countless wonderful creatures and objects inhabiting Rome, spewing water:
The second fountain is on a side exterior wall of the State Archives, quite fittingly, which is in the same complex that houses Sant’Ivo Alla Sapienza, of which I very badly wanted to see the interior, but which, unless I read the sign wrong, is only open on Sunday mornings???
(Please don’t tell me I read the sign wrong. Just let me sit with that delusion for now.)
Then there are the water fountains, of course. The Romans are proud of their water, which has an lengthy and important history and which flows freely from fountains like this all over the city.