Aleksandrovsky Garden

Address: Minsk, Aleksandrovsky Garden
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The garden features the oldest fountain in Minsk that was installed in 1874 to celebrate the opening of the public water-supply system. The sculpture Boy with a Swan is placed at the center of the fountain. Its author Theodor Ernst Kalid got a medal at the Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations held in London in 1851 and an order from the British Crown to make a copy of the sculpture. There are around 200 similar fountains in the world.

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