A new feature offers themed routes to discover which of Rome’s fountains are linked to the history of cinema. Artistic fountains, the characteristic Nasoni, and aqueducts have become familiar features of the Capital’s landscape and now users will have the opportunity to explore the locations that appeared in famous films. The route is part of a narrative that creates a map dotted with locations that left a mark in the cultural life of the City, building a model that brings value to urban spaces on a national and international level. The itinerary, comprising 14 stops, starts from the Gianicolo Hill Fountain and unwinds along the narrow streets of the historic center until it reaches Parco degli Acquedotti. All along the route, users will be guided by the voices of two journalists and film critics.