It wasn’t the best of luck when I took this photo of the Amenano Fountain in Catania, Sicily. There was something missing of the statue of the boy standing on the fountain. It was taken about a year ago so I hope they have fixed it by now, nevertheless found the missing arm or found the one who broke the arm. It’s annoying when some people do nothing but destroy historical public eye-catchers like this fountain.
Amenano Fountain serves to adorn the entrance to the fish market, Pescheria. The boy is standing between the two tritons (mythological Greek gods) pouring water in the fountain’s basin.
It wasn’t until today that I found out there was missing in my photo. I was searching for the name of the fountain and found some informations with images of it. Then I saw that the boy’s arm in my photo was missing. Tsk!