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Throw a coin in the Trevi fountainin Rome, Italy

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Each day travellers throw coins in this fountain to come back to Rome. 1,4 million euros were thrown here during the last year.
How to throw a coin in the Trevi fountain in Rome
The coins are thrown for the love, wealth or just for coming back to this beautiful city. The Rome administration reported, that the fountain earns more money, then average Rome museum. The money, that are gound here, are transfering to the Caritas charity organisation.

How to do?

1. Come to the Trevi fountain, it`s placed right in the center of the city, near the Spanish Steps.
2. Throw one coin to come back, two - to fall in love. Three coins mean the marriage and four - the wealth.

Where to do?

#3Trevi Fountain in RomeTrevi Fountain

It is the largest and most famous fountain in Rome, here were filmed scenes from many cult films, and many travelers throw coins in it to go back again to the Eternal City.

Location: Piazza di Trevi

When to do?

Better come here early in the morning or even at night, when there are less of people here.

How much?

As you like, but don`t forget, that your money will help the charity.

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