To see water as sculpture, that is a fountain. And as with any sculpture, fountains can be a memorial, a tribute, or even exist for their sheer beauty alone. The greatest fountains in the world are sites worth traveling for.
The Archibald Fountain was built in 1932 by the French sculptor, Francois Sicard, to commemorate the bond between France and Australia during the first World War. Mr. J.F. Archibald set up a fund to pay for the fountain along with instructions as to how he wanted his personal gift to the City of Sydney constructed.