1. Efteling (Netherlands)
Kaatsheuvel/Netherlands. A construction cost of € 17 million, nine months construction time, 4.500 metres of plumbing and 900 lights. On 1 June 2012, as part of its 60th anniversary celebrations, Efteling opened the largest fountain spectacle in Europe. Four frogs transform the lake just behind the main entrance building into a symphonic water ballet and launch a fountain extravaganza that takes elegant and majestic forms.The interplay between the elements of water, fire, music and light lasts around 10 minutes and can be enjoyed by audiences of up to 6,500 visitors at a time.
Video Efteling fountain:
2. Font Màgica in Barcelona (Spain)
Barcelona’s biggest ornamental fountain, which was built in 1929 for the International Exhibition, offers a spectacular display of music, water acrobatics and lights which generate over 50 kinds of shades and hues. The Montjuïc Magic Fountain has become one of Barcelona’s most popular attractions.
Video of show Font Màgica:
3. Krizikova Fountain (Holešovice)
The Krizikova Fountain became a unique and popular sensation of the Prague’s Vystaviste Exposition 100 years ago. An amphitheatre has grown up in the close vicinity of the fountain, which Orpheus agency annually fulfills with water and light shows amplified by the most amazing melodies of both the classical music, pop stars and unique original Czech art projects.
video of show Krizikova Fountain:
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