The famous Maximilian's Fountain, which has been under reconstruction since last autumn, has its Renaissance look back.
Four peeing boys, similar to the one in Brussels, have been returned to the fountain after more than two centuries, the TASR newswire reported.
“We also removed modern rings, which were added to the fountain in 2005,” said Bratislava Mayor Matúš Vallo, as quoted by TASR.
Moreover, original stairs were added to the fountain.
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The fountain, also known as Roland's Fountain, was built in 1572 to mark the coronation of Maximilian II as the Hungarian king in Bratislava.
It has stood on the Main Square ever since.
The fountain's four peeing boys were replaced with dolphins in 1794.
2. Jul 2019 at 21:57 | Compiled by Spectator staff