One of the most beautiful and best preserved drinking fountains in Nis was put up in 1903. and was an architectonic monument in the central area of the city before the World War One. It is made of granite and has a square-shaped basis from whose sides water springs out (from lions’ mouths). The inscription on the fountain reads that the designer was Joseph Rinner, while the stonecutterwas Vincenzo Caliterna.
King Milan Square
The Cair’s Fountain has been relocated a number of times. For the first time, it was moved from today’s King Milan Square to Cair Park in 1935. so that the monument to the liberators of Nis could be put up. It remained in the park for 70 years, up until 1997, when it was returned to the central city square.