The River Goddess Fountain was designed by sculptor Dhruva Mistry
It's taken three months and cost around £300,000 but one of Birmingham's best-loved ladies is finally back to her flowing best.
The River Goddess Fountain, affectionately dubbed 'The Floozy in the Jacuzzi' has been restored following work to repair a major leak.
The restoration project began in August 2010 with several mechanical and electrical parts replaced.
The statue has been part of Victoria Square since 1993.
New multi-coloured spotlights
New waterproof membranes have been put into the bowls of the fountain as well as repair work carried out on the stonework.
A new multi-coloured lighting system has also been incorporated ensuring the goddess will be bathed in shades of pink, blue and green.
"This work was absolutely essential to restore a much loved Birmingham landmark to its former glory," said Councillor Martin Mullaney, Cabinet Member for Leisure, Sport & Culture.
"The work is a long term solution to the problems uncovered by the survey.
"We could have simply repaired the fountain bowls but that solution was little more than a sticking plaster for the wider issues.
"Now we can look forward to the fountain looking better than ever in time for the start of the Frankfurt Christmas Market - which will return to Victoria Square in just a few weeks' time," he added.