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Dec 7, 20196:11pm

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Fendi, art preserver: restores Roman fountains

The Italian fashion company has invested 280,000 euros (308,098 dollars) in repairing the fountains Acqua Paola in Gianicolo, Mosè in Piazza San Bernardo, Peschiera in Piazzale degli Eroi and Acqua Vergine in Pincio. The four fountains reopened yesterday to the public.

Nov 29, 2019 — 9:00am
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Fendi, art preserver: restores Roman fountains

 

Fendi, art preserver. The Italian fashion company has invested 280,000 euros (308,098 dollars) in restoring the fountains Acqua Paola in Gianicolo, Mosè in Piazza San Bernardo, Peschiera in Piazzale degli Eroi and Acqua Vergine in Pincio. Repair works began May 29 and the four fountains reopened yesterday to the public.

 

The opening act was officiated by the mayor of Rome, Virginia Raggi; Fendi’s president and chief executive officer, Serge Brunschwig; and cultural heritage superintendent of Rome, Maria Vittoria Marini. Repair works of the fountains were made by Methodos by Valeria Mallia, a company specialized in restoring stone materials.

 

The works affected famous Roman aqueducts and funds came from Fendi donations within the project Fendi for Fountains, which also included the restoration of Fontana di Trevi. This way, Fendi shows once again its contribution to improving art heritage in the city of Rome.

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