Even more surprising, the spigot is still standing and in good condition. In typical Italian fashion, a utilitarian device is decorated with cast-iron patterns. The upright tube is decorated with the wings, the logo of the FS, or Ferrovie dello Stato, a.k.a. Italian State Railways. Possibly steam enthusiast trains occasionally run this route. In the lower photograph, you can see the foothills in the distance. Feltre is a really nice town with excellent cuisine, friendly people, and a distinctive Venetian architectural character. I highly recommend a visit.
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Photographs taken with a Nexus 4 phone camera (sorry, that is all I had with me).