The Wilhelmina square in Leeuwarden with the Court of Justice.
And the "modern"fountain. This kind of waterwork can be seen at every renovated square nowadays in the Netherlands. It goes on and off and especially children like to run through the water.
It reminds me of a school excursion when I was about 8 years old. We visited a park called "Little Tricksters" where you had to walk over a little square where you were fooled to watch some sculptures made of shells and suddenly without warning fountains under your feet started to spray. Everybody was shouting and running away which was great fun.
So I call these fountains "trick fountains".