The circular neo-Roman St. Bernard's Mineral Well on the Water of Leith near Dean Village, on 26th June 2019, in Edinburgh, Scotland. The St Bernard's Well as we have it today was constructed in 1789 to a design by celebrated Edinburgh landscape painter Alexander Nasymth drawing inspiration from the Temple of Vesta at Tivoli in Italy. At the centre of an open pillared dome stands a marble statue of Hygieia, Goddess of Health.
RMW19EJFThe circular neo-Roman St. Bernard's Mineral Well on the Water of Leith near Dean Village, on 26th June 2019, in Edinburgh, Scotland. The St Bernard's Well as we have it today was constructed in 1789 to a design by celebrated Edinburgh landscape painter Alexander Nasymth drawing inspiration from the Temple of Vesta at Tivoli in Italy. At the centre of an open pillared dome stands a marble statue of Hygieia, Goddess of Health.
The circular neo-Roman St. Bernard's Mineral Well on the Water of Leith near Dean Village, on 26th June 2019, in Edinburgh, Scotland. The St Bernard's Well as we have it today was constructed in 1789 to a design by celebrated Edinburgh landscape painter Alexander Nasymth drawing inspiration from the Temple of Vesta at Tivoli in Italy. At the centre of an open pillared dome stands a marble statue of Hygieia, Goddess of Health.
RMW19EJDThe circular neo-Roman St. Bernard's Mineral Well on the Water of Leith near Dean Village, on 26th June 2019, in Edinburgh, Scotland. The St Bernard's Well as we have it today was constructed in 1789 to a design by celebrated Edinburgh landscape painter Alexander Nasymth drawing inspiration from the Temple of Vesta at Tivoli in Italy. At the centre of an open pillared dome stands a marble statue of Hygieia, Goddess of Health.