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Fountain

A water element that forces water through a jet or series of jets. Minoans had fountains (1600 B.C.) The Romans had perhaps the most celebrated fountains (200 B.C. - 200 A.D.), and the Renaissance architects revived the fountain around 1500.

   
 
Paris - France
   
Somerset House - London - England (1780)
 
       
 
L'Aquila - Italy (13th c.)
 
Bernini - Rome - Italy
 
Rome - Italy
 
       
 
Granada - Spain (15th Century)
 
Hassan II Mosque - Casablanca
 
Parc Güell - Gaudi - Barcelona - Spain
 
       
 
Topkapi Palace - Istanbul - Turkey (1500)
 
Martigny - Switzerland
 
Parc Güell - Gaudi - Barcelona - Spain