Location: Corner Hospital Street / William Street
Artists / in: no information
In operation since: not available (1914 on backplate of spigot)
History / Description: A gargoyle sticking out of the well column, in the above is a sculpture made of bronze. At the height of the gargoyle is a plaque attached. The well is Gustav von Bunge (1844 - 1920) dedicated. He was a physician and professor of medicine, physiology (study of the life processes in organisms) at the University of Basel. Through his social commitment, he was founder of the temperance movement (abstinence, such as alcohol). He delivered his inaugural lecture, not a medical professional problem, but about alcoholism.
Special features: In addition to the water trough in a choice between seats.