Fountains are among the most favorite and primary attractions anywhere else in the world. Fountains are usually built and located on the center of cities and towns although not all towns and cities have fountains.
Be captivated and enjoy the mesmerizing beauty of the most spectacular fountains from around the world. Check this out!
Wroclaw Fountain – Poland
The captivating Wrocław Multimedia Fountain or more popularly known as the Wrocław Fountain is a multimedia fountain located within in the Pergola next to Centennial Hall in
. This fountain is one of the largest with an area of one-hectare it incorporates around 300 jets that create a screen of water for animation display. There are also 800 lights. During winter, the fountain is utilized as an ice skating rink. Wroclaw
2.) Fountain of Wealth –
The astonishing Fountain of Wealth in
is recognized by the Guinness World Records as the world’s largest fountain in 1998. This amazing architectural piece is located in Singapore Suntec City, one of the largest shopping malls in . Singapore
The fountain is turned off during certain time of the day but during the night, it is set for laser performances and "live" song and laser message dedications between 8pm to 9pm every day.
3.) Centennial Olympic Park Fountain –
Centennial Olympic Park Fountain is a beautifully impressive fountain in an 85,000 m² public park in
. The park, including the fountain was built for the Centennial 1996 Summer Olympics. Atlanta, Georgia
4.) Dizengoff Square Fountain –
Dizengoff Square Fountain is an amazing fountain in
Zina Dizengoff Square, an iconic public square in the industrial center of Israel – the city of . The fountain was erected in the middle of the square during in the 1970s and was replaced in 1986 with Yaacov Agam’s now landmark kinetic sculpture fountain. Tel Aviv
5.) Moonlight Rainbow Fountain:
Banpo Bridge – South Korea
One of the most fantastic fountains in the world is the Moonlight Rainbow Fountain in
. The fountain is the longest bridge fountain in the world. Completed in 2009, according to Guinness World Records, the fountain set 10,000 LED nozzles that run along both sides that are 1,140m long, shooting out 190 tons of water per minute and shoots as far as 43 meters horizontally. South Korea
Trafalgar Square LED Fountain – UK
This new LED fountains of
Trafalgar Square in , is an amazing display of colors. It was opened in 2009 and is situated in the heart of London, England and is one of the city’s tourist attractions. London
St. Petersburg Fountain – Russia
St. Petersburg Fountain is located in the
Neva River in St. Petersburg, . This awesomely beautiful and fascinating fountain is a “musical fountain” like the Dubai Fountain in the Moscow . United Arab Emirates
Xinghai Plaza Fountain – China
This beautiful fountain is part of
Xinghai Square or Xinghai Plaza, the city square of Dalian City, . It is located in China and was built in 1994. For 10 days in late July-early August, Xinghai Bay Xinghai Square holds the annual International Beer Festival.
9.) Jet d’Au Fountain –
Jet d'Eau Fountain is a huge fountain in
and is one of the most popular landmarks of the city. This fascinating structure is one of the world’s largest fountains with 500 liters of water per second being jet at a height of 140 meters. It is visible throughout the city and can bee seen even when flying over Geneva at an altitude of 10 km or 33,000 ft. Geneva
10.) Unisphere –
The Unisphere is a 12-story high, spherical stainless steel representation of the Earth. This spectacular landmark is even more impressive with the fountains surrounding it. It is located in Flushing Meadows –
Corona Park in New York City. Unisphere is one of Queens, Queens’ most iconic and enduring symbols.
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