This view shows a shilouette of the Tyler Davidson Fountain at Fountain Square, Cincinnati. Dedicated in 1871, it has become a symbol of the city and popular tourist destination. It’s actual title is The Genius of Water, and features a woman with her arms outstretched from which streams of water flow. The square was donated by Henry Probasco in memory of his brother.
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Architecture -- Monuments -- Memorials -- Statues -- Ohio -- Cincinnati; Cities and towns -- Ohio -- Cincinnati; Shopping centers -- Stores, Retail -- Ohio -- Cincinnati;
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Smolski, Chet and von Miller, Ferdinand, "Cincinnati: Fountain Sqaure" (1994). Browse All. 546.
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