Archibald Fountain
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Archibald Fountain - Australia
Archibald Fountain is located in Sydney.
Archibald Fountain monument was established on 14th March 1932.
Primary threats to Archibald Fountain :

  • The Archibald Fountain in Sydney marks the northern end of Hyde Park in the heart of the city.
  • Crowds of people gather in Hyde Park during Sydney outdoor festivals.





Historical facts of Archibald Fountain :

  • Archibald specified that it must be designed by a French artist.

  • The fountain was unveiled on the 14th of March 1932 by the Lord Mayor of Sydney, Samuel Walder.

  • It depicts Apollo, representing beauty and the arts, on a central column holding out his right arm as a sign of protection over all nature.

  • The artist chosen was Francois Sicard.