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Symphony Of Lights - Jonathan Danker Photography/Getty Images

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WORLD FOUNTAIN  Paris, France

WORLD FOUNTAIN Paris, France

Fountain in Trafalgar Sq London

Fountain in Trafalgar Sq London

winter fountain

winter fountain

The dolphin fountain is part of the Grand Staircase east of the Chain  of Lakes. Saint Louis Zoo

The dolphin fountain is part of the Grand Staircase east of the Chain of Lakes. Saint Louis Zoo

Meeting of Two Rivers Fountain, St. Louis

Meeting of Two Rivers Fountain, St. Louis

horseshoe fountain at Dumbarton Oaks in D.C. by Beatrix Farrand.

horseshoe fountain at Dumbarton Oaks in D.C. by Beatrix Farrand.

Pegasus Fountain - Mirabell Gardens, Salzburg, Austria   The Mirabell Gardens were featured in the world-famous musical, the Sound of Music. Do you remember Maria and the children were seen dancing around the statue of Pegasus and throughout the gardens singing 'Do-Re-Mi'?

Pegasus Fountain - Mirabell Gardens, Salzburg, Austria The Mirabell Gardens were featured in the world-famous musical, the Sound of Music. Do you remember Maria and the children were seen dancing around the statue of Pegasus and throughout the gardens singing 'Do-Re-Mi'?

Liverpool, England, 1897.  In memory of her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee - Queen Victoria. On the fountain pedestal is a Salamander, a motif used by the designer Macfarlane. It represents those who pass through the fires of passion and of this world without stain. Therefore, it stands for chastity, loyalty, impartiality, virginity, courage, Jesus, Mary, and the faithful. Also used to symbolize the flames, which it passes through, and so is a symbol of fire, temptation, and burning desire.

Liverpool, England, 1897. In memory of her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee - Queen Victoria. On the fountain pedestal is a Salamander, a motif used by the designer Macfarlane. It represents those who pass through the fires of passion and of this world without stain. Therefore, it stands for chastity, loyalty, impartiality, virginity, courage, Jesus, Mary, and the faithful. Also used to symbolize the flames, which it passes through, and so is a symbol of fire, temptation, and burning desire.

Foutain in Formal Garden at Cragside House Northumberland: http://www.europealacarte.co.uk/blog/2007/05/07/cragside-rothbury-northumberland/

Foutain in Formal Garden at Cragside House Northumberland: http://www.europealacarte.co.uk/blog/2007/05/07/cragside-rothbury-northumberland/

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