For those interested in seeing something out of the ordinary, make time to visit the public fountains next to Centre Pompidou called Fontaine Stravinsky (Stravinsky Fountain). This is a fountain featuring 16 amusing sculptures that move and spray water, designed as a commemoration to the late composer, Igor Stravinsky.
Unfortunately, during the winter, the fountain is turned off, like most in Paris so you can't see the interesting water sprays at this time of year. However, you can get close-up looks at the sculptures and take nice pictures of them.
The Stravinsky Fountain sculptures are colourful, whimsical and unique, making an interesting stop in this area of Paris. You can visit before or after going into Centre Pompidou. Also, while in the area, if you are interested in seeing a historical fountain, you see the fountain of innocence just a few minutes walk from this location.
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