V. Emanuele II Square Fountain

In the center of Novafeltria's square, then called Mercatino Marecchia, there was a sort of well fountain called Pozzone, from which the population drew water and where animals were led to be watered.

In 1898, for hygiene reasons and the need for suitable water service, the public administration had the current fountain built in local sandstone, identical to the smaller one in the square of Talamello.

It was designed by the engineer Santi Botticelli from Sant'Agata Feltria. The stone work was executed by the Doddi brothers from Mercatino Marecchia, expert stonemasons, while the wrought-iron artisan G. Fabbrini created all the iron decorations.