The Rosello Fountain
The Rosello Fountain was constructed by craftsmen in the 17th Century in a time when there was no
aqueduct in the most important point of the city. Considering the abundance of water, a wash-house
was built beside it. Nowadays, the area is less important and in a valley overlooked by the Rosello
Bridge. The fountain is covered with marble, its walls are decorated with 12 lions with water
flowing from their mouths. Metaphoric statues of the 4 seasons are in each corner and a statue of
St. Gavino on horseback rests on the peak of 2 intertwined arches.