Piazza Statuto and the fountain of Frejus: the entrance to hell
The Fountain of Frejus located in Piazza Statuto in Turin was designed by Count Marcello Panissera to commemorate the inauguration of the homonymous tunnel.
It was inaugurated in 1879.
It consists of a pyramid of huge boulders coming right from the excavation of the tunnel, and the pyramid is surmounted by a winged Genius dominates the marble statues of the Titans killed: the triumph of reason over force and wild animals.
In popular tradition, to this original meaning, they have added a second: the sufferings endured by the miners of the time to carry out the work.
Since Roman times it is evident that this part of Turin was settled west of the city, where the sun sets, where the darkness begins: definitely a negative zone.
Not far from the square were indeed crucified the convicts and buried the dead in a necropolis.
IF this is not enough, in 1865, the square was also the site of the guillotine.
These events have significantly strengthened the fact that the square is cursed, the exact point that coincides with a vertex of the triangle of black magic (the others being in London and San Francisco).
The flowerbed near the fountain leads to the main control room of the entire sewerage system of the city, the legend says that is the front door of hell.
This place is mentioned by many esoteric as the black heart of the city, the winged Genius above the pyramid actually could be Lucifer, the most beautiful angel.
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