The two white marble mermaids in this fountain were more than 200 years old when they were crafted into this fountain in 1930.  Coins dropped into this fountain, like the one my youngest daughter dropped in wishing for a baby sister, are donated to Children’s Mercy Hospital.

While this fountain is one of the more simple ones found at the Country Club Plaza, it’s my second favorite overall because of my love of mermaids.

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  1. I love where you took the picture from! that was brilliant 😀

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    • I sat down on the pavement and shot up her backside. Hey, if you are lucky enough to have fins, they should be flaunted! 🙂

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