10.Swarovski, a manufacturer of glass crystal, has a museum and garden in Wattens, Austria. This enormous fountain stands in front of it.
9.It may look Photoshopped, but this Magic Tap fountain actually has a pipe hidden in the stream of water. Located in Aqualand, Spain.
8.Jeanneke Pis is a modern fountain and statue in Brussels, which forms a counterpoint in gender terms to the city's trademark Manneken Pis at the Grand Place. It was made by Denis-Adrien Debouvrie in 1985, erected in 1987 and endowed with its own instant legend, the better to amuse strollers. This half-metre-high statue of blue-grey limestone depicts a little girl with her hair in short pigtails squatting and urinating, apparently very contentedly. It is unsurprisingly much less well known than its male counterpart, being a new addition instead of a centuries-old symbol of the city. The sculpture is now protected from vandalism by iron bars.
7.The newest Weber sculptures to grace London's South Bank are engaging, to say the least. The artist, Klaus Weber, a self-proclaimed "Fountain Artist," pokes fun at the less attractive side of the human race in an eco-friendly way. These fountains, entitled "The Big Giving" are a series of sculptures that appear to have come to life from mounds of rocks. Klaus Weber's statues have water pouring out from every imaginable orifice including mouths, ears, eyes and even armpits. It's also a neat fact that these intriguing sculptures are also eco-friendly as all the water that spews from them is recycled.
6.Crown Fountain is an interactive work of public art and video sculpture featured in Chicago's Millennium Park, which is located in the Loopcommunity area. Designed by Catalan artist Jaume Plensa and executed by Krueck and Sexton Architects, it opened in July 2004.