The invaluable Roma Ieri Oggi site continues to upload photographs of old Rome, including photographs of vanished sites like the ancient fountain, the Meta Sudans. A new one appeared a couple of days ago here. It’s a close-up of the Meta Sudans, although I had to disable my anti-virus software (Kaspersky) in order to view it. It seems that the site owner is very keen to monetise his site, and I suppose we cannot blame him for that.
Here’s the image anyway:
I wondered if we adjusted the light levels, whether we might get a little more; but sadly darkness is darkness. Worth a try tho:
Wonderful to see these old photographs, tho. More! Note to non-Italian readers: remember that you can always view the Roma Ieri Oggi site using the Chrome browser, with built-in translation as you click. Google’s translator works really very well for Italian to English. So don’t be shy about visiting Roma Ieri Oggi.