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One of the numerous fountains in the gardens at Versailles, this fountain was constructed in 1668. It represents one of the episodes of the legend of Apollo, the python snake, killed by a young Apollo. Dolphins and bow wielding cherubs riding swans surround the serpent...More
The tallest fountain in the park depicts the legend of Apollo slaying the dragon. It has a single fountain spouting from the dragon's mouth. The dragon is surrounded by fish and birds.
Beautiful fountain and well worth a short stop.
Whilst it's difficult to really pick & choose what's best in the Versailles Garden, the stark detailing of the sculptures in this fountain is difficult to miss.
Have your phone/camera ready for clicking a barrage of pics in this garden
This is a fountain that is found by walking towards the Grand canal and then taking a pathway called the avenue de trianon and all within the palace grounds. Please remember that the grounds are extensive and stretch out some 2 miles in most directions...More