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The Ariany Fountain of Good Water

The village of Ariany is proud of its Pou Bo, a fountain attributed to Islamic times. The Moors were particularly gifted about water conservation and irrigation, and some of their sassy installations still function today, almost 1,000 years later. The well is called Pou Bo because the water found there was considered to be of particular good quality. And it still is, even today. The pozo público lies on the edge of the camino to Petra.

The photo was taken near Ariany, Mallorca, Spain. The date: September 28th, 2008. The time was 15:21:40.

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