It is believed that when you throw a coin over your shoulder into the water of the fountain, you may be certain to return to Rome
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday visited the well-known Trevi Fountain right here together with different world leaders on the sidelines of the G20 summit.
The fountain is among the most visited monuments of France and is beloved by vacationers. The historic fountain has drawn many filmmakers to it who’ve popularised the Baroque art-styled monument because the epitome of a spot of romance.
“#G20 Heads of Delegation start the 2nd day of the #G20RomeSummit with a walk to a symbolic place of the city: Trevi Fountain, one of the world’s most beautiful fountains and famous for the traditional coin toss. #G20Italy,” G20 Italy tweeted on Sunday.
Standing 26.3 metres excessive and 49.15 metres broad, it’s the largest Baroque fountain within the metropolis and probably the most well-known fountains on this planet.
The delegation additionally threw a coin from over their shoulder within the fountain, in accordance with a video launched by the G20 Italy.
It is believed that when you throw a coin over your shoulder into the water of the fountain, you may be certain to return to Rome.
After visiting the well-known fountain, Mr Modi will attend a bilateral assembly with the Spanish Prime Minister, Pedro Sanchez. He may also attend a session on Sustainable Development and an occasion on ‘Supply Chain Resilience’.
The prime minister is taking part within the G20 Summit in Rome from October 30- 31 on the invitation of Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi.
Italy has been holding the presidency of the G20 since December final yr.