Trevi Fountain is an impressive Baroque fountain in Rome. Italy, measuring 85 feet high and 64 feet wide. The central figure is Neptune, god of the sea, riding a shell chariot pulled by two sea horses, each guided by a Triton. One of the horses is calm and obedient, while the other is restive, symbolizing the fluctuating moods of the sea. Neptune I flanked by a statue of Abundance on the left, spilling water from her urn, and Salubrity on the right, holding a cup from which a snake is drinking. There are bas reliefs above these figures, one of which depicts Agrippa, the general who built the aqueduct which carries water to the fountain.