[The Crossing, Mongers' Square]
Set into the center of the bazaar's main square is a bronzed fountain depicting the fatherly figure of Divyaush, his long chiseled beard covering the top of his robes and his painted azure eyes gazing into the water below. Children and shoppers stop on their way past, often wetting their hands or their faces in the cool clear water. To the southwest, brightly covered pennants sail above the sea of canvas that is the Traders' Market tent. You also see a boldly painted caravan with a mural of Traders in various stages of their careers, the fountain basin, a stone arch leading northwest, and a walkway ramp.
Obvious paths: north, northeast, east, southeast, south, west.