Suspended Mid Air

Ypres, Belgium

A solitary tap suspended in mid air and running continuously. | Ypres, Belgium | geolocation.ws

The Magic Tap Fountain is a solitary work of art suspended in mid air with continuous running water. This fountain can be found in Ypres, Belgium where hundreds of people notice and wonder as they travel to and from work at this busy intersection. Most of the local residents know the truth about this blue faucet, but if you are a new to this area and happen to see this in the middle of the road, you might be one of many visitors seeking for an explanation.

Look closely. The fountain appears to have running water flowing downward with a consistent water force. Where does the water flow from? Where does the water pour into? Could this be magic? Do you believe everything that you see?

(Magic Tap Fountain | YouTube)

How do you believe this faucet is able to suspend in mid air? Explain what you see.



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101 replies

  1. I think the faucet is floating by a pole in the middle of the water and the water is going all around the pole.

  2. I think the facet is suspended by a glass pole that people can not see and they used invisable wires that are conected to the pole.Then the dug a hole so the water could go in the hole. ❤ 🙂 ❤

  3. I think the facet floats because of the water so strong from the bottom.

  4. This faucet is suspended in mid air because there is a white pole where the water is flowing.

  5. I believe that there is a pole underneath the water that is holding it up.

  6. I think they put a tube where the water is coming out from.

  7. I think there is wires on top and there is a gallon of water inside.

  8. What I think is happening is there’s a clear tube with water coming through it attached to the faucet that go’s on a pole and and comes down over the pole.

  9. I think an invisible string is holding it.

  10. It spites out water with keeps it floating.

  11. I think that it has something that is holding it up but the water is covering it and i agree with Kiwi #34 i think it is computer animated or took a picture and replaced the tube that is missing with water

  12. I think the faucet was on the ground and the water is pushing it up.

  13. The pressure of the water is keeping it up.Have you ever played with a hoes and when you turn it on it moves by itself that’s the same water pressure as the blue faucet uses.

  14. they put alot of transparent tape, then glass to the bottom so it keeps the water down

  15. It is a illusion and it is maybe it has a secret white or blue string that thick.