Abbeville Fountain – Abbeville, South Carolina

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The Abbeville Humane Society Alliance Fountain is one of 125 fountains given to communities in our country during the early 1900s by the National Humane Alliance.

Mark Clark of Winnsboro, 2010 © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

This five-ton granite and bronze fountain was installed in 1912, and its beautiful design of water flowing from the mouths of lions makes it a popular Abbeville attraction. Its upper basin is meant to be a water bowl for horses, and the small cups at the bottom are for cats and dogs.

The fountain can be found in Abbeville’s Court Square, along with the Abbeville Confederate Monument.

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Address: Court Square, Abbeville, SC 29260

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