The fountain in the middle of the irregularly-shaped Pizzia Vittorio Veneto is fed by huge cisterns under the ground with excavations in the square itself give you an insight into the engineering marvel. It's also the perfect place to enjoy a drink and watch the world go by!
It was previously called Piazza Del Plebiscito but also known as Fountain Square because of the Fontana Ferdinandea, which was restored by King Ferdinand II of Borbonenel in 1832 and was originally at the foot of the hill above the castle.
This central square has Renaissance and Baroque facades which have been transformed into homes. It is overlooked by the Church of San Domenico, the 18th-century Annunziata Palace and the Fountain of King Ferdinand. There are monumental tanks under the square, The Palombaro Lungo, built in 1832 to collect water from the hill above the castle ”De Montigny, which you can also visit.