The Fontanna "Dziewczynka w deszczu" (The Girl in the Rain Fountain) is a well-known landmark located in the town of Sanok, Poland. The fountain depicts a bronze sculpture of a young girl with an umbrella, standing in the rain.
The fountain was created by Polish sculptor Feliks "Manggha" Jasieński. Feliks Jasieński, known as Manggha, was born in 1940 in Sanok. He was a versatile artist, sculptor, and painter, known for his unique and expressive style. The fountain "Dziewczynka w deszczu" is one of his notable works.
The fountain is situated in the heart of Sanok, at the intersection of the town's main streets. It has become a popular attraction for locals and visitors alike. The sculpture captures a moment frozen in time, with the girl leaning forward and her umbrella protecting her from the "rain."
The Fontanna "Dziewczynka w deszczu" has gained significance as a symbol of childhood innocence and resilience in the face of adversity. It represents the spirit of Sanok and has become an emblematic feature of the town's landscape.