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Highlands, United Kingdom
[magdadh, 11/01/2010] In the middle of Dunkeld's Cross, instead of traditional market cross, stands a memorial fountain to one of the Dukes of Atholl (the one responsible for providing the town with piped water). It was built by public subscription in the 19th century and more recently restored to full working order.
It's not an object I particularly like - a typical neo-Gothic structure in the style so beloved by Imperial Britain, but that leaves me slightly cold. It is also a reminder of the feudal bond between the populace of many Perthshire country villages and towns and their legal or traditional lairds.