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  1. Josephus Muris Saliensis says:

    Aha, has to be England with the hideous stainless steel bollards and tactile paving. The arms of the City of York, methinks. Bet it doesn’t squirt like the Roman ones when you put your finger over the hole.

    The best one is on the corner of the Largo Angelicum and the Via Panisperna. If you cover the hole quickly its squirts across the corner of the pavement, some 15 or 20 feet, so if you are two (I was young once), your accomplice can give you a signal and you can wet innocent passers-by. Hardly unpleasing for them in August!

  2. jaykay says:

    Josephus: nope, it’s Milan! The mural crown isn’t much (if any?) of a feature in the British Isles, but common in continental Europe. Stainless steel street furniture, poles etc, very much is, however : (

  3. It would seem someone left their Apple Air Pods on top of the fountain. Oooops!

  4. What you see on top is a bar of soap!

  5. grateful says:

    Grateful for all of the clarifications:-)

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