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With three watering holes at heights from which adults, children, wheelchair users and dogs can drink cool, fresh water, this fountain is a fabulous addition to The Green Park.

Launched in June 2012, this unique sculptural stone fountain was designed by Robin Monotti Architects and Mark Titman.

Made out of an 800kg slab of Cornish granite – the same used in the Diana Memorial Fountain in Hyde Park and Tower Bridge – it’s located near the Bomber Command Memorial in The Green Park.

It was one of the winners of an international drinking fountain competition. The judges all felt that the Watering Holes design was very 'art-led' and held enormous potential for the parks.

This fountain is part of the Tiffany Across the Water programme, which was made possible following a generous $1.25 million gift from The Tiffany & Co. Foundation to restore and renew the ornamental and drinking fountains across London’s eight Royal Parks.

For the generosity and invaluable support of the installation of Watering Holes, we would like to thank:

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