Travel Photography Photos tagged as fountain
In this picture you can see one of the ornate fountains which are within Place de la Concorde, this particular one being dedicated to rivers and commerce. You may be interested in more; www.eutouring.com/images_place_de_la_concorde.html
In another panoramic shot of the Tuilleries Gardens you can see one of the large water basins with a water fountain in the middle and many of the locals and tourists alike relaxing around it on a bright summers day.
Here you can see a photo of a fountain, with various lion statues situated around it which can be found just outside of La Grande Halle within Parc de la Villette You may be interested in more; http://www.eutouring.com/images_paris.html
Within the Champ de Mars park, and all throughout Paris, you can find these Wallace fountains which provide drinking water for anyone passing by, whether it be a local or a tourist to use.
Taken while standing in the Square Jean XXIII square in Paris you can see a great view of the Fountain of the Virgin and the Notre Dame Cathedral in the background as well as some of the well kept gardens. To see more go to www.eutouring.com/images_square_jean_xxiii.html
In this photo you can see the photo taken from the Tuilleries gardens and along to the Arc de Triomphe de Carrousel in the background, with one of the fountains being seen in the foreground of the shot.
This statue of Saint Michel portrays him as slaying the devil and can be found in the Fountaine Saint Michel in Paris, surrounded by amazing architecture and the fountain.
In this photo you can see the Fountaine Saint Michel which is the tallest fountain in Paris showing just how large it is in comparison to the tourists passing by as well as some of the intricate details. See more Paris Photos at www.eutouring.com/images_fontaine_saint_michel.html
Within Place de la Concorde you can see a close up of one of the fountains to show the many details which are normally missed along with the Luxor Obelisk in the background which is the oldest monument in Paris.
This fountain found at the Place de la Concorde shows one of the intricate fountains which were constructed in the 1830's and make for a great sight to admire.
This photo shows just one of the four fountains found within the Champs Elysees Gardens which was designed back in the 1800s by Jacques Hittorff and can all be found within the gardens.
This fountain found besides the Petit Palais amongst some gardens shows just how calming they can be, this one being found besides the Avenue Winston Churchill.
In this photo you can see the gardens which are found around half way down the Avenue des Champs Elysees with this photo showing an ornate fountain within. To see more go to www.eutouring.com
The Fountaine Saint Michel has many different details, including these two statues which are found on the left of the fountain higher up abode some columns.
In this photo you can see two of the four smaller statues which are found higher up on the Fountaine Saint Michel, showing not only the details of the statues but also the other amazing designs and architecture.
Here you can see the plaque which is found near the top of the Fountaine Saint Michel and in the middle, stating that the monument was inaugurated in 1860, as well as being made during the reign of Napoleon III for Paris.
This photo shows one of two fountains which can be found at the Place de la Concorde square in Paris, allowing you to see the numerous statues surrounding the fountain as well as the intricate work and details of the water feature itself.
The Fountaine Saint Michel is the tallest fountain in Paris, holding some amazing sculptures and statues, such as this photo which consists of two statues as well at the intricate details on the stone behind it.
Here you can see one of the four fountains which you can find if you are venturing the Champs Elysees Gardens, all of them varying in their intricate designs to help keep a peaceful atmosphere.
This photo can give a feel for just how large the fountains and basin really are, showing people sitting on the chairs which are provided free within the Tuilelries Gardens.
This fountain found in the Square Jean XXIII is often known by the name of the Fountain of the Virgin, which was designed in 1845 by the architect Vigouroux, the gothic style fitting in perfectly with the nearby Notre Dame cathedral.
Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria
As seen through the Neptune Fountain Vienna, Austria