Repairs were made under Pope Nicholas V and Urban VIII. Clement XII commissioned Nicola Salvi (1732) to adorn the end of the canal with a fountain. It fills the whole width of the façade, which gives the impression of a commemorative arch. Salubrity and Abundance flank the central figure, the Ocean, which rides in a chariot drawn by two horses and two tritons, and provides a photogenic spectacle for the faithful tourists. Tradition claims one coin (cast backwards over the left shoulder) ensures a return to Rome, two bring love and three a wedding in the Eternal City. Romantic notions aside, be wary of pickpockets and excessive rose sellers here." (Michelin Green Guide: Rome, 2010).