The small fountain echoes the large fountain at the gate of Pele, so it is also called the Little Onofrio’s fountain. It was designed and built by Onofrio, a Neapolitan in the 15th century. It can be seen on the right side at the end of Stratton Street. A sculpture composed of a boy, a dolphin and a shell. As part of the city's water intake, it solved the living water source of the Dubu people in the Middle Ages. Now it is also called a good place for tourists to get water.
The Little Onofrio’s fountain is located near the clock tower. It is a small semi-recessed fountain designed on the wall, with a little boy, dolphins and shells carved on it. Water is usually available, and passers-by sometimes use it to wash their hands and cool off. Inside the next door is a used book bookstore.
The fountain that you will see when you enter the ancient city gate is nothing special, but it is said to be the most traditional water source in Dubrovnik, and it is water that can be directly drunk. What’s interesting is that there is a small oblique stone on the opposite wall of the fountain. The locals are happy to jump up. It is said that the longer who can stand on it, the longer the love will last. If you are interested, you can try it...
Not far from the pilegate entrance. Many travel agents gather.
It is carved with little boys, dolphins and shells. After the fountain sprayed up, many children went in and played.
It is a relatively old cold spring, the architecture is very special, with a good sculpture work to enjoy, good!