The Fountain of Via Maestà delle Volte (Fontana di via Maestà delle Volte) is a beautiful fountain in Perugia, built in 1928 by the architect Pietro Angelini, under an ancient arch of the 15th century that frames it.
The fountain, realized in medieval style, fits harmoniously in the context of the via Maestà delle Volte, seemingly from the same time period, but the inscription in Roman characters refers to the 20th century.
The griffin, symbol of the Municipality of Perugia, is carved in the central tile of the pool, as on other public buildings.
The fountain was restored in 2016, thanks to the Art Bonus 2015 donations.
HOW TO GET THERE
The fountain is near the Piazza IV November, very close to a more famous fountain, Fontana Maggiore, only 70 meters away. To get there, use the map below.