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The Font de la Granota is a beautiful water fountain in Montjuic by Josep Campeny.
The Font de la Granota is a beautiful water fountain in Montjuic by Josep Campeny. It comprises a bronze sculpture of a boy relaxing on a pedestal, with water spouting out of the mouth of a frog in his overhanging hands. The stone pedestal has floral motifs and the municipal emblem.
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