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Adverse Fountain: Water Symbolizing Fire
30.08.2013 22:16
Adverse Fountain: Water Symbolizing Fire
(Source: http://www.vtimashevske.ru/catalog/0/14840.html/7/20276.html)

Uncommon fountain symbolizing eternal flame will start spraying in Timashevsk (Krasnodar Krai) in front of the Stepanov family’s museum.


      

By plan, the structure consists of two five-pointed stars with water foams in the middle, symbolizing the fire.


      

In the night, the water will be highlighted with red and yellow lights to create the illusion of burning fire. It was projected to start the new fountain in 2013.


Sources: http://strana.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Timashevsk eternal flame fountain   

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