The World's Tallest Fountain
by Globetrotter on Jul 11, 2008EN
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The World's Tallest Fountain is located in Fountain Hills, Arizona. Every hour it shoots water about 100 feet high. On St. Patrick's Day the water is green coloured - as you can see on the video ;-)
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