In Rome there are many famous Nasoni. These are the municipal fountains distributed everywhere and which allow everyone to quench their thirst during walks in the city. The name Nasoni derives from the typically curved tube from which the jet of water comes out. There are many legends and amusing curiosities that animate the history and life of Rome, not only art therefore but also that magical touch given by the secrets that hide behind idioms, prying eyes, discoveries once considered dangerous and that today attract scholars and visitors from all over the world. Their characteristic cylindrical shape has made them immortal in every corner of the world. The nickname "Nasone" derives from the tap, which resembles a large curved nose. The Nasoni di Roma were born towards the end of the nineteenth century as a tool to provide free drinking water in the center and in the township, but also to give vent to the water network.