San Miguel de Allende: City of Fountains (Part 2)

Here are five more fountains that were discovered on our walks (one in the process of being cleaned and maintained). Although most were surprise discoveries, I had fun looking for them throughout the city whenever we went out, and leave knowing there are far more to still be discovered.

I’m particularly fond of the one in this batch with the water pouring from the jug into the waiting hand.

2 thoughts on “San Miguel de Allende: City of Fountains (Part 2)

  1. I love all the fountains! The jug and hand are pretty special.
    in Nashville try Kroger and Piggly Wiggly, too.

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    1. The fountains have been so much fun to discover – and we only found a small percentage of them! It’s been interesting to see the designs of each and the work and imagination that went into those designs.

      We had Kroger when we lived in Oregon (Fred Meyer) and did stop in now and again for their sales. Haven’t been in a Piggly Wiggly since back when Brett was in the navy and we traveled through the South!

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