The fountain without fouling is a huge public fountain, originally known as nymph fountain, built in 1547 is the oldest giant fountain in Paris, is the representative work of the French Renaissance architecture introduced into Paris. The fountain is inspired by the tranquility of ancient Rome. It is a monument decorated with nymphs and other water gods.
Go along Rue Berger Street next to the Pompidou Cultural Center and you'll find the Bd. Sebastopol Avenue. Cross the Avenue and go on. It's the famous fountain without dirt. St-Eustache Church can also be seen in its place. Once a cemetery for burying the poor who died in the plague, it is now the focus of various cultural activities in Paris.
The fountain without dirt, located in the city of Paris, is historically the place where the poor who died during the French plague were buried. The fountain without dirt has Baroque style. The main body of the fountain has a shape similar to the miniature Arc de Triomphe. It is exquisite and noble. The fountain without dirt is the place where Paris street artists often perform.
It's just a fountain. The shops around it are good. It's worth visiting.
The overall feeling is really good, let people have a lot of aftertaste.
The name is well named, so I feel so holy.