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    The Broadway Fountain

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    The Broadway Fountain The Broadway Fountain is a beautiful fountain that has become an extremely popular attractions in Madison, Indiana. The fountain was created by J.P. Victor Andre. The fountain was originally labeled as “No. 5” and was displayed in a catalog created by a company named Kirtland Iron Company. The original price of the fountain was at an astonishing price of only $2500.00. The fountain stands 26.6 feet high and 35.6 feet in width. It has two basins and a reflecting pool. The top

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    The Broadway Fountain As water flows from its jets, which then turn into a stream of water down from the upper tiers to the pool below, visitors travel from all over the world to visit the most iconic landmark in downtown Madison. This weathered fountain has the classic green, white and black patina of age that many outdoor sculptures possess. Located on Broadway Street in between Main and Third Street is a 26 feet high, 35 feet wide fountain with two basins and a reflecting pool (Grimes). This iconic

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    monument is the Broadway Fountain, which is named after the street it belongs to. The Broadway Fountain was given to the city of Madison in 1886 by the Independent Order of Odd Fellows (Wright). Today, it is still revered as a magnificent work that the citizens of Madison would do anything to preserve. Dimensionally, the fountain is grand. It stands at 26.6 feet high and is 35.6 feet wide. The work put into the fountain is clearly seen in its beautiful design. The fountain features the Odd Fellows

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    Discovering the Fountain of Youth I met this girl last summer. How can I describe her? She was really weird, and that's the nicest thing I can say about her. Okay, that's not exactly true. Even though I didn't know her that well, I consider her a "special" kind of friend. We went through a lot together that summer, and I'll never forget what happened. When we met, it was just one of those days: when the sun's shining so bright that you're afraid it'll burn your eyes out right through your sunglasses

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    HGH: Fountain of Youth?

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    HGH: Fountain of Youth? What is aging? It is a question that has been puzzling doctors for centuries. In a culture so obsessed with youth, it is not surprising that science asks this question often. It is also not surprising that the anti-aging product market is a booming multi-million dollar phenomenon. We will pay thousands for procedures that make us thinner, stronger, more full of energy and less wrinkled. The new emphasis of the advertising world is not just looking young, but feeling young

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    In the novel Fountain and Tomb by Naguib Mahfouz, the reader is thrown into a small alley in Cairo, Egypt in the 1920s. The narrator is an adult reliving his childhood through many random, interesting vignettes of his youth. We learn about many different aspects of Egyptian life from political rebellion, to arranged marriages, to religious devotion, to gang warfare. We are led to conclude that one of the major themes of the book is Truth. We come to question whether Truth is something that always

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    an experience in Italy. The Trevi Fountain is an extraordinary site to see. The fountain is built in marble coming out of the side of a building. There are five figures included in the fountain. The first one stands off to the right of the fountain, while looking towards the center of the fountain. The second figure is almost directly in the middle. This figure stands with his left hand one his hip and the right hand pointing into the water of the fountain. The third figure stands off to left

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    The Fountain Head: Individualism Individualism, the only element which makes a person's character unique. In the Fountain Head, a character binds true to this belief and goes by the name of Howard Roark. This young architect who had his own viewpoint of the world and how he envisioned it, was condemned by the media and the public by doing so. Roark's lifestyle completely perpendiculates the mundane lifestyle that the average citizen lives. Roark conforms to only what he considers valid in his own

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    A fountain is a kind of waterfall which in most cases are usually artificial and are meant to create an eye catching view of a sight. Due to their uniqueness, fountains have over many years acted as attraction sites. And to surprise you more, it is hard to get enough of view and experience of the fountains. Here are some of the most fascinating fountains in the world. 1.The Magic Fountain, Barcelona This is one of the most breathtaking sceneries in the city of Barcelona, Spain. It was built

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    The Mythical Fountain of Youth

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    The mythical Fountain of Youth is a legend that is known all around the world. The Fountain of Youth is said to have rejuvenating qualities. It can restore the youth of old men and women. Also, it is reported to bring about healing. People, throughout history, have speculated on the actual existence of this mythical fountain. Others have even gone in search of it, never to be heard from again. This legend has captivated and intrigued the world for many centuries. The Fountain of Youth legend

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