This appealing wellspring is situated on the principle street between the train station and the Sintra National Palace. It fits in with the sentimental evangelist period and was assembled around 1922 by the expert artist of Sintra, José da Fonseca. Its beautification is Arab in motivation, with neo mudejar azulejos, painted plasterwork and designed adornment.
The numerous wellsprings around Sintra are utilized by local people for their drinking water and a standout amongst the most striking ones is this one. It is called Arab wellspring in EnglisFomte Mouriscah and is alleged for its Neo-Moorish adornment.
There are various wellsprings around the town that aren’t only fancy, there are additionally a few people that go to these wellsprings to fill their jugs with crisp water.
A standout amongst the most acclaimed is this one, the intricately tiled Fonte Mourisca (Moorish Fountain) alleged for its Neo-Moorish improvement and geometrical tile designs