5.An employee of PianoWorks, a piano dealer in Atlanta, found a creative new use for a wrecked piano. It's now a planter and a fountain that pumps 2,000 gallons an hour.
4.The Canberra Times Fountain by Robert Woodward is located at the Intersection of Ainslie Avenue and City Walk in Canberra, Australia. The fountain was commissioned by Federal Capital Press as a gift to the people of Canberra on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of The Canberra Times newspaper. Installed in 1979 and standing nearly 5 metres tall, the fountain is made of tube and rod fabricated stainless steel.
3.Banpo Bridge in Seoul, South Korea utilizes 9,380 nozzles to spray out colorful, wing-like fountain sprays on either side of the bridge. We've all heard the story of Moses parting the Red Sea — this is probably what it would feel like to drive through it.
2.This mesmerizing water fountain was designed by British sculptor William Pye and sits in front of Seaham Hall in Sunderland. The clear cylinder holds filtered water that rushes around to create a beautiful air-core vortex. Thanks to the stairs on either side of the cylinder, viewers are able to climb up and look down into the eye of the vortex.
1.The Fountain of Neptune is a monumental civic fountain located in the eponymous square Piazza Nettuno, next to Piazza Maggiore, in Bologna, Italy. The fountain has a statue of Neptune on top, but just below him are four women, one on each corner of the fountain, leaning back, emphatically squeezing their bare breasts and launching an unholy squirt of liquid out of their nipples into the fountain.