Thursday, April 14, 2016

Fountains in Savannah


Orleans Square The German Memorial Fountain

Lion Fountain near Rotary marker

There is a Lion Fountain in front of the Cotton Exchange building that I never saw but I do have a picture of the other side of the building that faces the river. If you click on the Solomon's Lodge link you can see the fountain out front.  It is a reconstruction of the original that was severely damaged during a horrific car accident.

Lafayette Square Semiquincentenary Fountain

Columbia Square Wormsloe Fountain donated by the Wormsloe estate

Johnson Square

Troup Square (Absent-minded that day) I missed Myers Drinking Fountain for dogs but iIdid catch the doggie waste disposal at another square so please forgive me.

Ellis Square

The Propeller Club of the United States Fountain is down by the river. It is very cool and salutes the men and women who have built, serviced and sailed ships out of the Port of Savannah especially those who have gave their lives in Maritime Service.

Forsythe Park Fountain is said to be one of the most photograph objects in all of Savannah. It was added to the park in 1858. It emulates beauty.

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