A Canadian traveller spotted an absolutely fantastic detail in images taken on a vacation in Italy.

When the Canadian returned home from a two-week holiday in Italy, she discovered an unbelievable thing in images taken at Rome’s iconic Trevi Fountain.

Alycia Savard-Ouellet planned to visit the famed Fountain of Lovers in Rome during the closing days of the Italian holiday.

When the 19-year-old exhibited her mother’s images, she discovered a “beautiful moment” in the backdrop that was absolutely unexpected.

As shown in the images below, a young man asks his girlfriend for her hand in marriage, which she gladly accepts.

In the following image, the two kiss.

The young woman publicized the case and is now seeking for the two lovers.

The Trevi Fountain is Rome’s most famous and most stunning artesian fountain.

The water at the well’s bottom represents the sea.

According to legend, whomever throws a coin into the sea will return to Rome. With your back to the well, throw this coin over your shoulder.