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At the foot of the park mountain at the mechanised pond with the highest fountain (33 metres high in the water column) there was a government house with an engine house, which housed, among other things, a steam engine.

The steam engine drew water from the pond at the foot. The water was then pumped into the aforementioned water tanks. The reservoirs were located on the highest hill, so from here the water was distributed by gravity to all the water works located on the front and back terraces. After all the water had been used, it flowed into the Budzówka river, which is connected to the pond, and this is how it happened every time the fountains were turned on.

You could say that it was such a natural closed circuit of the water flow. The water went back to the same place it was taken from.

The project is funded by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA and Norwegian funds.

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