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The name of this square is given by the custom of the farmers of the vicinity of Madrid to go to this place to sell grain from their crops. There they separated the barley intended for the stables of the king of the barley for the Cavalry regiments. This square began to be formed at the beginning of the XVI century, and from the start it was dedicated to the sale of cereals, bacon, beans and legumes. It was from the XVII century a fountain whose originality consisted of four bears, which poured water on some cups carved into the top of some columns.


-The tiles are exact reproductions of the originals, with permission of the author, in glazed tiles and cooked at 980ºC.

-All tiles have a hanger on the back to put it on vertical surfaces.


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