Address: Piazza San Rocco, Rocca Pia


The fountain is situated near the entrance to the village. It was built in the early 20th century in place of an old 16th century fountain and is a typical fountain-drinking trough. It consists of a wall made from opus incerta with a top pediment and side pillars. On the main wall there is a rectangular tank that collects the water which flows out of the two channels which are inserted, higher up, into two small, circular rosettes.  Above, there is a  sculpture of a Roman eagle - a motif used during the Salò Social Republic. On the back is a drinking trough that extends along the entire length of the wall.