Courtesy of the National Trust Collection at Lacock Abbey | Licence: All Rights Reserved
Courtesy of the National Trust Collection at Lacock Abbey | Licence: All Rights Reserved

Fonte Marcella, Assisi

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Watercolour painting, Fonte Marcella, Assisi, Assisi. Fonte Marcella is a simple but elegant fountain named after Marcello Tuto, governor of Assisi, who commissioned it in 1556: the street where it is located is called Via Fontebella which means nice fountain: it is one of the very few monuments bearing the coat of arms of Pope Paul IV (Gianovanni Pietro Carafa) (1476-1559).

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Courtesy of the National Trust Collection at Lacock Abbey

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Location

Fonte Marcella, Via Fontebella, Assisi, Italy

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