Thursday, May 11, 2017

water we waiting for?

All over Milan are public drinking fountains with a constant flow of untreated water direct from the nearby alps.

In Italian these cast iron beauties are called “Nasoni” or “big nose”,
 a reference to the protruding spout.

The water is spectacularly clean, icy cold, tested constantly
 and always free.

Can you imagine these surviving unprotected on New York streets?

I didn’t think so. lol

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