C. Camino de Alconchel, 2, 12


Known for the quality and abundance of its waters, men and women used to come here to wash and fill pitchers to distribute around the town, sometimes up to 40 pitchers per “bolea.” Located on one of the most frequented paths in the region, the area was a popular resting place for livestock until the late 19th century, especially during the April fair days. Its current appearance is the result of remodeling in 1890 when the area was urbanized, turning it into a popular promenade in Mairena, frequented by couples and families. The surroundings were redeveloped in 2010.

Type of Monument:

Civil Monument

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