|Travertine slabs define a tree well.|
|Travertine stairway that comes down from the overlook atop the Gianicolo to...|
a public restroom.
|Traffic striping done with a big brush.|
|Reused cobblestones add random bits of color.|
|Incised patterns lead to an accessible crosswalk.|
|Utility vault plates cast at foundries in Vitterbo,|
Rome and Salerno.
|Fascist-era manhole cover with Moderne font SPQR,|
|Fascist-era water valve access plate, with the fasces symbol|
cast into it. There's also a drawing of an idealized fasces.
|Travertine bench across the street from the Fontanone,|
with a large round stone plugging entry to a subsurface waterway.
|The Fontanone (really big fountain).|
|A straight-forward iron grille above, and a sinuous design below.|
Note the various sizes and types of stone paving.
|Simple stone drainage in the curb and set into the pavement.|
|Elaborate drain cover at the base of stairs to the crypt of|
Bramante's tempietto, part of the Spanish enclave on the Gianicolo.
|The Bocca della Verità|
|Looking across the Tiber from Trastevere at the outfall of the cloaca maxima.|
|The actual drain opening for the cloaca maxima.|
|"Keep the city clean!"|