This tranquil fountain is found in the back corner of the souk in Epcot's Morocco World Showcase. Most people don't make it that far back into the souk so it's usually a nice place to relax. Note that there is a certain imperfection in the tiles that is very unlike Disney's usual meticulous approach to design elements.
The tiles were designed and laid by workers appointed by the King of Morocco so they were likely very talented craftsmen. It's a common Western belief that islamic tiles are imperfect by design as a way to show homage to Allah as only he could be perfect. However, this "intentionally imperfect" philosophy is not as widely-held in the Islamic World. There, it is said that it's more likely that the construction and design techniques simply create natural variations as patterns bend around corners or behind arches. Simply put, there's no need to intentionally make something imperfect that by design is likely to have a few natural variations in the first place. Perhaps the difference, then, is simply that those imperfections are more likely embraced by artists and patrons than they would be in other cultures.
This photograph was captured with a Sony a6300.