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The Forsyth Park Fountain Editor's Pick   The Forsyth Park Fountain
The Forsyth Park Fountain
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Perhaps the most well known feature of Forsyth Park is the large fountain that sits at the north end of Forsyth Park. The fountain was built in 1858. It resembles a few other fountains found around the world, including fountains found in Paris and Peru. All around the Forsyth Park Fountain are benches. On any given day you can find many people, especially locals, lounging on the benches, taking in the scenery and great people watching that takes place in this area of the park. Every year on St. Patrick’s Day the city of Savannah dyes the water in the fountain green. The ceremony when the water is died is a popular event attended by hundreds, sometimes thousands of local Savannahians.

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Reynaldo D. Reyes
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    Beautiful park and fountain. It does resemble some of the fountains of Europe. I suppose it is your Birthday today too Usa. Happy Birthday to you my friend. Have a well-deserved celebration with your loved ones...Rey

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7/19/2018 12:50:52 AM

isabel C. Zepeda
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Thank you so much you are so kind to remember my Birthday every year.
It was a amazing day with kids and grandkids

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7/19/2018 6:54:35 AM

Patrick Rouzes
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Beautiful park & lovely capture of it, Ysa! It does resemble some fountains in Paris! Thanks for the info too. Been away from BP for a month & missed my friends & photos. Hope you are doing well & belated Happy Birthday, my friend!

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8/8/2018 6:55:53 PM

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