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    • Mary Couzin - Chicago Toy & Game Fair

      Gaia means 'joyful,' an appropriate name for the fountain built in 1343 to celebrate the arrival of water in the Piazza del Campo in Siena the year before. The fountain you see today isn’t the original, unfortunately: It was replaced in 1419, and then that version was copied in the mid-1800s. Sculptures from the 1419 version, carved by Jacopo della Quercia, are now kept in the Hospital of Santa Maria della Scala across from the duomo; it’s worth a visit to see those.

    • Jessica Haushalter

      Gaia Fountain, Siena, Italy

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