Pilar de Abajo, denominated this way in opposition to another one known as Pilar de Arriba. The street that joined both fountains was known as Calle de los Pilares or Calle de las Tinajas, because there were several factories of jars.
In this place, by the end of the 19th century, the “Fiesta de los Pilares” was celebrated in the Night of St. John.

Pilar de abajo

Pilar de abajo.