Plaza 25 de julio
Better known as Plaza de los Patos (Duck Square), it is very near to the city hall and the García Sanabria Park. It owes its name, meaning 25 July, to the day when Admiral Nelson was defeated on the coast of Santa Cruz in 1797. It was built between 1913 and 1917 with an identical fountain to that known as Fuente de las Ranas in Parque de María Luisa in Seville. It is covered in Sevillian ceramic and each one of its benches features painted ceramic signs advertising the companies that sponsored its construction.