Fuente de los enamorados plaza pedro de valdivia

El presente conjunto de esculturas es obra del escultor Francisco Gazitúa y el arquitecto Pedro Maling, trabajo encomendado por la Municipalidad de Providencia para llevar a cabo el proyecto La Fuente de los Enamorados, propuesto por la juventud en la Consulta realizada en la comuna en el año 1998.

Este conjunto está compuesto de cinco esculturas, las que recrean distintos momentos de enamoramiento, culmina el recorrido con la Isla de los Deseos mas un surtidor que aumenta de agua la fuente.

Copyright: Josu Gárate
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13110x6555
Uploaded: 29/01/2009
Updated: 30/09/2014


Tags: fuente de los enamorados; fuente; enamorados; plaza; pedro de valdivia; providencia; santiago
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