This ravine is the grreen lung of the municipality's historic quarter. You can get there from Plaza de los Remedios or from the neighbourhood of Triana, leaving from Triana school. The historical relevance of the ravine dates back to the time when the town was founded. A number of Andalusians were involved in its founding, which is why the ravine was named Triana, due to its similarity with the Guadalquivir river that runs through Seville. Water flowed through the ravine for centuries, leading the Triana Ravine wash basins to be made, which constituted an important social meeting place in the past.