An otherwise boring ambiance can be pepped up with an indoor wall fountain. Your senses and your health can benefit from the putting in of one of these indoor features. Science supports the theory that water fountains are good for you. Modern-day machines create positive ions which are balanced out by the negative ions discharged by water features.… Read More


There are not lots of traces or exact records of English monastic gardens left today. A twelfth-century plan of Canterbury presents only a vague notion of the planting and structure; it demonstrates the cloisters containing a herbarium and a conduit—with the fish-pond, orchard, and vineyard outside the walls. However, even though this is an … Read More


Water-lifting systems date all the way back to the Hellenistic period and entail such systems as the Archimedes Screw, water wheel, and the pump invented by Ctesibius. Not one of these instruments were optimal, however, and all were incapable of bringing water to additional heights in adequate amounts, like the thirty meters between the Acqua Vergi… Read More


The Tyler Davidson Fountain was established in 1871 and stands a towering 43 feet tall. The fountain is situated during the downtown place of Cincinnati, Ohio and has, considering the fact that its development, turn into a symbol of town. Positioned at the very best of the fountain, a figure of female stands nine ft tall with her palms outstretch… Read More


Simply a block down from the Brussel's Grand Put is definitely the Mannekin Pis Fountain. Manneken Pis, literally, indicates 'little man piss' in English. The fountain has, considering the fact that its original building in 1142, been a Brussels' landmark. It is actually a little statue of a little bit boy peeing. He stands smiling high above the … Read More