Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee Fountain

QUEEN VICTORIA DIAMOND JUBILEE FOUNTAIN




Interesting facts about the QUEEN VICTORIA DIAMOND JUBILEE BRUNNEN:

This monument, Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee Fountain, was unveiled on 5 January 1900 by Lady Sweet-Escott, wife of the administrator Ernest Bickham Sweet-Escott, during a ceremony held during the reign of Queen Victoria.
The fountain is said to contain the world's smallest image of Queen Victoria. The statue you see on the fountain today is a replica. The original on porcelain can be seen in the National Museum marvel.

What few people know, the well contains drinking water.

Directions:

The fountain is located quasi directly next to the Clocktower and in front of the main entrance of the "National Museum".

Bus:
from the bus station westbound on Palm Street. At the intersection, turn left south onto Albert Street. At . Clocktower cross the road to the National Museum.

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