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The Maximillian fountain stands tall and proud in the old town square directly in front of the old town hall. You really can't miss it, it appears to be a popular meeting place for locals and is surrounded by cafes and places to grab a...More
This landmark it's the most important fountain of Bratislava. It's construction was ordered by Maximilian II in 1572 to provide water supply to the people. This place is surrounded by all kinds of legends. It's also known as Roland Fountain. Nice place to chillax and...More
This is one of the attractions located at the big square on Hlavne Nameste. Near it are the church, some museums, Holy Trinity Column, restaurants, shops, etc.
During my first visit, there was this contraption neat this statue that was emitting mist! People were briefly...More
This fountain is located in Bratislava’s Old Town, and is in the main public square. It is a good photo opportunity and can get busy during the middle of the day so it is advisable to visit earlier in the day. It would be a...More
Maximilian's Fountain is located in the grand Hlavne namestie, it is an imposing sculpture and is well suited to its surroundings. It was completed in 1572 and is the oldest fountain in Bratislava. The fountain was built to commemorate a great fire that occurred during...More
Located in the main square, the fountain was built in the sixteenth century to provide a water supply to the city. It is named after King Maximilian II of Hungary who financed its construction and consists of a knight in armor standing on top of...More
It is located in the central main square along with Napoleon's statue and close to several others. It is a photo/selfie shot as part of your city tour, no need to make a special detour just look for it as you meander the old streets!...More