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Ward Parkway Fountains - meyer circle looking south

Ward Parkway Fountains - meyer circle looking south

Ward Parkway: Kansas City, Missouri The Seahorse Fountain, located at Ward Parkway and Meyer Boulevard. The latter right-of-way was named after Kansas City's park and boulevard system pioneer August Meyer.

Ward Parkway: Kansas City, Missouri The Seahorse Fountain, located at Ward Parkway and Meyer Boulevard. The latter right-of-way was named after Kansas City's park and boulevard system pioneer August Meyer.

Rose Garden @ Loose Park in Kansas City.  This is where Adam proposed on 7/3/06

Rose Garden @ Loose Park in Kansas City. This is where Adam proposed on 7/3/06

"Ward Parkway Mirror Pool Fountain"  Location: West 61st Terrace & 62nd St on Ward Parkway, Kansas City, MO  Owner: Kansas City Parks and Recreation Department  Dates: 1924  Photo Credit: Kansas City Parks and Recreation Department

"Ward Parkway Mirror Pool Fountain" Location: West 61st Terrace & 62nd St on Ward Parkway, Kansas City, MO Owner: Kansas City Parks and Recreation Department Dates: 1924 Photo Credit: Kansas City Parks and Recreation Department

- Liberty Memorial, 100 West Twenty-sixth Street, Kansas City, Jackson County, MO

- Liberty Memorial, 100 West Twenty-sixth Street, Kansas City, Jackson County, MO

Giralda & Seville Fountain in KC Plaza. Kansas City - sister city to Sevilla, Spain.

Giralda & Seville Fountain in KC Plaza. Kansas City - sister city to Sevilla, Spain.

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Meyer Circle Fountain, in the median of Ward Parkway at Meyer Blvd.  Purchased by J. C. Nichols in Venice, Italy in the early 1920's - the sculpture dates to 1700's. The fountain is named for the three mythological sea horses perched atop the stone pyramid. The horses support a fluted saucer which has a carved lion's head which spouts water as the saucer fills. The middle tier has 3 cherubs holding an identical smaller saucer. It is considered the city's most elaborate fountain.

Meyer Circle Fountain, in the median of Ward Parkway at Meyer Blvd. Purchased by J. C. Nichols in Venice, Italy in the early 1920's - the sculpture dates to 1700's. The fountain is named for the three mythological sea horses perched atop the stone pyramid. The horses support a fluted saucer which has a carved lion's head which spouts water as the saucer fills. The middle tier has 3 cherubs holding an identical smaller saucer. It is considered the city's most elaborate fountain.

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