Magic Fountain in Barcelona, Spain3m50s

Magic Fountain in Barcelona, Spain

Magic Fountain (in Spanish for. Fuente Mágica) was established on the occasion of the World Exhibition in Barcelona, which was organized in 1929. Their designer is a prominent architect Carles Buigas. Pool fountain with a diameter of about 50 m falls more than 3 million liters of water. The fountain is made up of more than 3,500 nozzles ejecting water and nearly 5,000 colorful lamps. During the construction of this unique facility employed as many as 3,000 workers! Great performance of "water, light and day" can be seen several times a week (depending on season) and it lasts 30 minutes. The shows are free and are accompanied by different music, from classical to contemporary hits.

Published: June 9, 201677 views
The Statue Of Love Tells A Heartbreaking Story3m18s

The Statue Of Love Tells A Heartbreaking Story

There have been many optical illusions throughout history that have dazzled people from around the world. We can assure you that this is no optical illusion. These two statues really are passing though each other! The Statue of Love sculpture , inspired by the love story of "Ali and Nino," was created by Georgian artist Tamara Kvesitadze. The story is similar to Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet and tells of a Muslim Azerbaijani youth who falls in love with a Christian Georgian princess but dies defending his country. The 7 ton statues start their motion at 7 P.M every day and are controlled by computer and lit with dramatic color lighting. They start with a gentle kiss, blending into each other and start pulling apart, doing the exact same choreography every 10 minutes. This is one incredible video that you are not going to want to miss! This has to be one of the coolest pieces of modern art ever! Seeing these massive statues move on their own is astounding but seeing them pass through each other is breath-taking and amazing! The artist that came up with this brilliant idea is a genius as he figured out a way to make this all possible! This is something truly unique that you have to see in order to believe. This will surely be one video that you will remember for a long time! Who said sculptures can't be moving?

Published: June 9, 20163,739,365 views