The Fountain of the Iron Waters (Fonte das Águas Ferreas), is a Baroque fountain in the civil parish of Fraião, municipality of Braga
. The fountain, with ornate backrest, is located in an "L"-shaped courtyard, with a zoomorphic spout, niche and contorned frame.The design integrates details approximating decorative elements used by André Soares, most notably the Municipal Hall and Church of the Congregados, highlighting the abilities of master-mason Paulo Vidal.
The fountain is isolated in an urban context, behind the hypermarket Continente, encircled by garden and lawn, bordered by cedars, with stone and polished granite, alluding to a reconstruction of the structure at the location.The source is inserted in a recessed enclosure, in a "L"-shaped layout, with slabs of irregular masonry of granite and accessed by a eight-step staircase along the south arm. This staircase leads to two bunks, flanked by the eastern wall of the courtyard.
The Águas Ferreas fountain has a simple decor, with the structure marked by broken and undulating forms of wealth in style. The fountain and backrest in stone, is embedded in the wall, and composed of a three-part trapezoidal niche frame. In the center is a zoomorphic spout, which is cut into the base frame, surmounted by a trimed cornice, adorned by relief stave geometry.