Fuente de la plaza del Cabildo - Spain
Fuente de la Plaza del Cabildo is an iconic monument in the city of Sanlúcar de Barrameda in southwestern Spain. Built in the late 17th century, the fountain is located just opposite the city’s imposing cabildo (town hall). With a strong symmetrical design, the fountain is made of a tall central pillar topped with a large fruit bowl and flanked by two large lion head urns. The fountain has been restored several times since its original construction, with the most recent renovations occuring in 2006. Today, travelers who visit this stunning monument take the time to admire its classic Spanish style and admire the massive stone lions, who for centuries have welcomed passersby. Fuente de la Plaza del Cabildo is a popular destination for photographing the historic landscapes of Sanlúcar de Barrameda and a beloved symbol of the city's past.