Much as in Bagnaia, Pan and Diana are present.
To reach the temple of Pan, you have to navigate through a world of nearly labyrinthine stairs, demarcated by extremely disturbing gargoyles spurting water.
Finally, you reach two fountains which appear to be identical. Pan is the god of the night and, thus, the god of illusion. The illusion must be resolved. We discover that the fountain on the left spills its water from the top, the water source being in the grotto's stalactites, while the fountain on the right spills its water from the basin. They appear identical. The perfect illusion.
On the other side, facing the world of shadow and ambiguity, the secret and somewhat terrifying side of Pan, is the world of daylight, Diana's world.