Diana, Princess of Wales Fountain

Diana, Princess of Wales Fountain
the Diana Fountain [the Diana Fountain] (also the Diana, Princess of Wales Fountain)
a ↑fountain in the shape of a large oval stream of flowing water, in ↑Hyde Park in ↑London opened in 2004 as a ↑memorial (= something built in order to remind people of a famous person who has died) to ↑Diana, Princess of Wales.

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