Scattered about the old town are ious old open wellsprings.
Introduced in the sixteenth century, the wellsprings were finished with statues of thoughts or scriptural scenes, for example, Samson murdering a lion.
Regardless others brandish statues applauding the energy of Bern, for example, the Zähringerbrunnen a bear in full protective layer and the Läuferbrunnen the Runner Fountain.
These wellsprings supplanted wooden ones when the city was quickly picking up riches.
There are 100 wellsprings. Eleven hold the first statues and all are deliberately kept up and much of the time repainted.
What's more, indeed, the water is as yet consumable.