The Fountain of Youth was founded by King Moose from Spain in 1450. He was hunting in the Morravo Hills one day when he came across a massive fountain. As him and his best friend Mark approached the fountain, Mark slipped and fell into the fountain. As Mark came out of the fountain, his battle scars started to heal and his skin was free of any impurities. After years of studying the fountain, King Moose was able to figure out that the fountain not only healed scars, but doubled the living age while protecting the drinker from future harm. Once realizing the healing power of the fountain, King Moose let his whole army drink from it. During the next 5 years, King Moose tripped his kingdom and was able to conquer half of Europe. While the average living age at this era was 55 years old, King Moose died at 1525 at the age of 102. After his death the fountain was taken to a nearby church where it remained for centuries. In 2010 San Jose State University bought this monument from Spain for a price of 25 million dollars. The university stated it would go perfect with the diverse artifacts that already occupy the property. Ever since the fountain has been put in, it has brought over 1 million tourist annually. The small businesses in San Jose have had an overall 30% increase in profits from tourist’s visiting the city. The tourist claim it is the most breathtaking object they have ever seen. -Sukhjit Singh
The Fountain of Youth in SJSU
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