Name that fountain!

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Zigzag across the globe to test your knowledge of these wonderful water sculptures.

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the Magic Fountain of Montjuïc.
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Question 1 of 9 Score: 0

The Magic Fountain of Montjuïc calls what Spanish-speaking city home?

Sitting at the head of Avenida Maria Cristina, it's hard to believe this fountain is more than 85 years old. But it is, though that doesn't stop it from hosting youthful light and music shows every half hour on the weekends.

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A night view of the Banpo Bridge fountain.
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Question 2 of 9 Score: 0

The Moonlight Rainbow Fountain wows crowds in which Asian city?

A part of Seoul's Banpo Bridge, the Moonlight Rainbow Fountain is the world's longest bridge fountain at nearly 3,740 feet. It draws 190 tons of water per minute – and large crowds to witness its spouts in action.

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The Bellagio Fountains.
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Question 3 of 9 Score: 0

In what "city of sin" will you find the Bellagio Fountains?

In a city of spectacle, the Bellagio Fountains manages to set itself apart. Sitting on 8 acres, it's really multiple parts of one single display – one that puts on an hourly show featuring a choreographed water performance and music.

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Fire and Water Fountain
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Question 4 of 9 Score: 0

The Water and Fire Fountain sits at the center of this "white city":

Artist Yaakov Agam's masterpiece sits at the center of Tel Aviv's Dizengoff Square. One of the foremost examples of kinetic art in the world, it is one of the most well-known landmarks in a city chockfull of them.

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The Trevi Fountain.
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Question 5 of 9 Score: 0

The Trevi Fountain calls this eternal city home:

Built in the 18th century, the Trevi Fountain became world famous after it was featured in the 1960 Federico Fellini film "La Dolce Vita." It's said that if you throw a penny with your right hand over your left shoulder you will be assured a return to Rome.

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The Swarovski Crystal Head Fountain.

Question 6 of 9 Score: 0

What city is fortunate enough to house the Swarovski Crystal Head Fountain?

Your eyes do not deceive you, that is a giant head spouting water carved into the side of a hill. The fountain isn't as random as it appears: it actually conceals the entrance to the Swarovski luxury glass company's theme park.

The Scioto Mile Fountain.
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Question 7 of 9 Score: 0

Scioto Mile Fountain calls this city in The Buckeye State home:

Not just a pretty decoration, this fountain is a meeting place for Columbus children, who are encouraged to play among its many spouts during the spring and summer months.

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The Archibald Fountain.
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Question 8 of 9 Score: 0

You've got to go "down under" to which city to catch a glimpse of the Archibald Fountain?

The Archibald fountain is an eccentric ode to a far distant past what with its depiction of a bronze Apollo surrounded by other mythical figures. A gift from a private citizen in 1932, it remains Sydney's favorite fountain to this day.

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The Fountain of Neptune.
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Question 9 of 9 Score: 0

The Fountain of Neptune sits on the site of the Villa D'Este in what Italian town?

This nearly 500-year-old fountain was commissioned by a cardinal who, having been denied the papacy, decamped to the countryside to build his own grand estate. The fountain is the centerpiece of a garden that features 500 fountain jets, pools and troughs.

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