The beauty of the fountains you can see in public places around the world amazes all of us. They are built as a tourist attraction and are creative wonders.
We walk you through some of the most famous and breathtakingly beautiful fountains from around the world. After reading about them you would certainly wish to see them one day.
There fountains are nothing but ordinary fountains. They are fitted with music, choreography and schemes in order to amaze the viewer and leave a striking mark in their memory.
Trevi Fountain – Rome, Italy
We must have all see the Trevi Fountain in many of the English movies. It is also known as Fontana di Trevi, and is located in the Trevi district in Rome, and is an architectural marvel.
Bellagio Fountains – Las Vegas, United States
The Fountains of Bellagio are situated in front of the Bellagio hotel on a manmade lake and they are huge. The fountains are set to light and music and feature vast choreographed water performances.
Swarovski Fountain – Innsbruck, Austria
The Swarovski Fountain is the frontage of the crystal museum called Swarovski Kristallwelten. It is the mouth of a glass-covered head.
Moonlight Rainbow Fountain – Seoul, South Korea
The Moonlight Rainbow Fountain located on Banpo Bridge is the world’s longest bridge fountain and measures a spectacular 1,140 meters (3,740 feet) long. The water jets sway to a wide selection of music. To create a rainbow effect it is illuminated using 10,000 LED nozzles.
Magic Fountain of Montjuic – Barcelona, Spain
This is a dancing fountain. Outstanding colours come into view when the fountain performs.
Fountain of Wealth – Singapore
The Fountain of Wealth is located in Suntec City, which is one of the largest shopping malls in Singapore. According to the Guinness Book of Records, it is the world’s largest fountain.
Fontana di Tivoli – Tivoli, Italy
This fountain is located in Villa d’Este. It is also known as Fontana dell’Ovato. The fountain cascades into a beautiful pool from its oval shaped basin.
Samson Fountain at Peterhof Palace – Saint Petersburg, Russia
Founded in 1710, the Peterhof Palace is a series of gardens and palaces built on the orders of Peter the Great. They are often referred as the “Russian Versailles”
La Joute Fountain – Montreal, Canada
La Joute fountain is a three dimensional sculpture fountain that operates on a kinetic sequence. It is circled by a host of bronze statues of human and animal nature and is also engulfed by a pool that lights up a circle of fire that lasts for several minutes and is timed accurately.
Tap fountain – Santa Galdana, Menorca, Spain
As the name suggests this remarkable fountain creates the fantasy of a tap balanced in the air with water dripping drown from it.