23440  Baeza, Jaén  (Andalusia)




A square with quite a past.

It is also called Plaza de los Leones, referring to the fountain, of the same name, that can be found there.

The fountain is a square shaped pillar with rounded corners. It is crowned with a statue of Imilce, the Iberian princess who was Hannibal's wife. According to the story, this square and its fountain formed part of the old Roman city, Cástulo.

  • Bouw: Square
  • Artistieke periode: Renaissance
  • Historische periode: 16th century
  • Omgeving: Around it can be found the House of the People or Civil High Court and Public Clerks' Offices, the Old Butchers' Shops, the Jaén Gate and the Villalar Arch.


WAT IS ER IN DE BUURT? (in een straal van 2 km)