Pilar de los Alamos - Alcalá la Real
The fountain is a Renaissance work, dated 1552, as seen in the legend of the frieze. The façade shows a large relief in which two tenants hold and adorn the shield of the city, protected in turn by two fabulous hybrid winged animals, with the head of a lion, the body of a dragon and masks on the ends of the wings, which symbolise the guarding and defense of the city. Francisco Florentín took part in the construction.
Located on Calle Alamós