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The Fountain in Piazza San Rocco is the oldest public water exhibition in Frascati; it was built in 1480 by the cardinal d ‘Estouteville, the point of arrival of the aqueduct brought to the city from the territory of Grottaferrata. It has an octagonal plan with an elegant spur stone basin from which water gushes. The plaque placed on one side remembers its construction.

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