Whirlpool fountain

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Whirlpool fountain
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This “reverse fountain” is called Charybdis, as in to be caught between Scylla and. Briton William Pye designed it for Seaham Hall, in Sunderland, England, using a massive acrylic cylinder to give the appearance of a containerless volume of water.

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