The Well of El Salvador
The square of El Salvador is associated to the convent of San Marcos, now a cultural centre and municipal archive. Originally, the building was an extension of the main square, with a cloister built in this space. In 1997, archaeological test run excavations were carried out at the square, which discovered a partially caved in arched basement.
Later on, the archaeological excavation carried out by the Consortium of Toledo durong the year 20002 discovered a very big arched basement in parallel to Trinidad Street and going throung a door that leads to the square.