The Trevi Fountain in Ceasars Palace, Las Vegas

I finally found the photo I took of the Trevi fountain located near the Forum Shops in Caesars Palace, Las Vegas Strip in Nevada, USA. It is replica of the Trevi fountain in Rome, Italy which depicts the watery realm of Neptune. This fountain in Las Vegas inspired me to visit the real one in Rome. And yes, I was also in Rome last 2010.

I guess you have an idea that when you visit Trevi fountain in Rome, you can throw a coin over your left shoulder into the fountain to ensure your return to the “Eternal City”. Some people do the same in the Trevi fountain in Las Vegas. I guess others believe that once they throw a coin in there, they can improve their luck in gambling in Vegas. You can ask them when you visit Vegas. Just kidding folks!

the replica of Trevi fountain in Las Vegas. I was there last 2008 for two months.


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