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Turtle Boy, Worcester

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The Burnside Fountain, affectionately called Turtle Boy, is a bronze statue of a boy riding a hawksbill sea turtle by sculptor Charles Y. Harvey that stands on a pedestal by architect Henry Bacon in Worcester Common in Worcester, Massachusetts.

The fountain was given to the city in 1912 by Harriet Pamela Foster Burnside.

The designation "fountain" is puzzling because there is no water in the basins of the fountain today.

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