Kuashidai Garden Dragon Statue Fountain for Home Garden Decoration Bronze Dragon Water Fountain Outdoor Decoration
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In 1904 a bronze basin was erected with decoration inspired by ancient Greek ornamentation in Copenhagen. The Dragon Fountain at Copenhagen City Hall Square was made from a model in 1889 and was originally intended for Amagertorv but lost to the The Stork Fountain.
On the edge of the basin were placed three dragons, all spouting water and rather larger than sketched in the 1889 project. Vestre Boulevard was widened and altered in 1954 and at the same time had its name changed to HC Andersens Boulevard.In 1908 the fountain was surrounded by a low, outer basin with a granite edge after a design by Skovgaard and Bindesbøll, but not until 1923 was the Dragon Fountain completely finished with a bull battling with a dragon. So as not to squeeze the group at the centre, the three dragons on the edge of the basin were made rather smaller and thus in keeping with the original project.