The Water Jet in Geneve

The Jet d’Eau is a large fountain in Geneva, Switzerland and is one of the city’s most famous landmarks and Five hundred liters of water per second are jetted to an altitude of 140 meters by two 500 kW pumps, operating at 2,400 V, consuming one megawatt of electricity. The flower clock was created in 1955 as a symbol of the city’s watchmakers, and a dedication to nature.

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