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  Keller Fountain & Spring

The Keller Fountain, located in the Kellerbrunnengasse behind the building on Überkingerstraße 12, is made out of travertine, a mineral consisting of layered calcium carbonate.

The drilling for this fountain started in 1833; the Keller Spring feeds the following Stuttgart fountains:

     Erbsen Fountain
     Polizei Fountain
     Klösterle Fountain
     Schreinerei Fountain

Calcium Ca ++ 199 mg/l
Magnesium Mg ++ 57.3 mg/l
Sodium Na + 24.6 mg/l
Potassium K + 3.4 mg/l
Iron Fe ++, Fe +++ 0.22 mg/l
Anions   mg/l
Chloride Cl - 55.8 mg/l
Nitrate NO3 - 3.8 mg/l
Sulfate SO4 - - 339 mg/l
Hydrogen Carbonate HCO3 - 41.1 dGH
Total Hardness 445 mg/l
Dry Residue, 180 °C 990 mg/l
Temperature 16.4 °C
Dissolved CO2 103 mg/l

  Mineral-Water Fountains
     1 Leuze Fountain
     2 Veiel Fountain
     3 Schiffmann Fountain
     4 Erbsen Fountain
     5 Polizei Fountain
     6 Klösterle Fountain
     7 Schreinerei Fountain
     8 Keller Fountain
     9 Lautenschläger Fountain
     10 Gottlieb-Daimler Fountain
     11 Wilhelm Fountain
     12 Au Fountain
     Mineral Content:
A comparison of the springs
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