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The Trevi Fountain is a Baroque-style fountain located in the Trevi district of Rome, Italy. It is one of the most famous fountains in the world and is considered a symbol of the city of Rome. The fountain is designed by Nicola Salvi and was completed in 1762. It features a central statue of Neptune surrounded by other figures, including Tritons, sea horses and cherubs, with cascading water that flows into a large basin below. Tradition holds that throwing a coin into the fountain ensures a visitor will return to Rome, while throwing two coins ensures a return trip and good luck. The fountain is also famous for its beautiful nighttime lighting, which highlights its intricate design. The Trevi Fountain is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Rome, attracting millions of visitors each year.