Fountains at Plaza del Humilladero in Granada, Spain

Plaza del Humilladero is a large, tree-lined square. It is defined by a lovely boulevard named Paseo del Salón (Walk of the Hall) and the bend in the Genil River. At the west end of the plaza is the Fountain of Four Lions. At the other extreme is this Fuente de las Granadas or Pomegranate Fountain. The pomegranate is the heraldic symbol of the city. In Spanish, the word Granada means pomegranate. The bronze fountain was created by Grenadian Ramiro Megías and erected in the park in 2007


Plaza del Humilladero, 18009 Granada, Spain


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