The water clock at Villa Borghese has been restored to working order after falling into disrepair in the middle of the 20th century. The mechanism, which is powered by the movement of water, was created by Giovan Battista Embiraco, a Dominican priest and scientist, and installed in a fountain on the Passeggiata del Pincio by Gioacchino Ersoch, the city council
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