The Jet d’Eau is a large fountain located in Geneva, Switzerland, and is one of the most prominent landmarks of the region.
They originally constructed the fountain in 1886 to regulate and release the surplus pressure of a La Coulouvrenière hydraulic plant. It soon became the city’s notable symbol and was thus amplified and moved to the middle of the lake.
Today, it is one of the most noticeable landmarks of Geneva and part of the city’s skyline. It makes for great city photos as well!