Extraordinary Fountains

  1. The Fountain of Wealth (Singapore)


The Fountain of Wealth is the largest fountain in the world. It is located in one of the biggest shopping malls in Singapore. The element of water represents wealth in Chinese culture. The inward flow of water represents wealth pouring in. If you walk around the fountain three times while touching the water, it is said to bring you good fortune.

The Fountain of Wealth is listed by the ... | Stock image | Colourbox


The Nations Friendship Fountain (Moscow, Russia)


The Friendship Fountain was created to represent the idea of national identity to the Soviet Union and to the world. The 16 gold-plated statutes represent former republics of the USSR, each female wearing a flag to represent each country. The fountain is located in an All-Russian Exhibition Center. Eight hundred jets spray the water ensuring a stunning display of beauty.


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The Trevi Fountain (Rome, Italy)


The Trevi Fountain, one of the most famous fountains in the world, is located at the endpoint of one of Rome’s famous aqueducts. It was one of Rome’s first water sources and was constructed in 1792. It stands 85 feet high and has been represented in many films. If you throw a coin into the fountain, you will receive good luck and return to Rome again in your future.


The history of the Trevi Fountain in Rome, Italy | Black Tomato


Bellagio Fountain (Las Vegas, USA)


The Bellagio Fountain cost 40 million to construct and is located at the Bellagio Hotel. The fountain is choreographed to various pieces of music and present a light and water show every 15 to 30 minutes. Before the water show, the nozzles break the water surface and the color of the hotel changes depending on the event and time of year.

Fountains of Bellagio - Water Show at Bellagio - MGM Resorts


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1 Response to Extraordinary Fountains

  1. jcampo says:

    These fountains are so beautiful! Have you ever heard of the Fountain of Youth? It’s supposedly magic and whoever drinks or bathes in its water becomes young again. It continues with the theme that water is restorative and pure. In the post you talked about throwing coins into fountains for good luck. I know it’s just a myth, but I really believe in that! I always like putting coins into fountains even though in a way it’s polluting the water.

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