Victoria Centennial Fountain
Victoria Centennial Fountain, also known as Back Fountain or simply Centennial Fountain, is installed outside the British Columbia Parliament Buildings in Victoria, British Columbia. The fountain was designed by Robert Savery in 1962, and commemorates the four colonies and territories that formed British Columbia. The bronze sculptures of a bear, eagle, gull, sea otter, raven, and wolf represent the province's geography and history.
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- Media related to Victoria Centennial Fountain at Wikimedia Commons