The New, Encircling square, of the Regency or of Cid, but good known as Round square or Clot (hole); the design Salvador Escrig Melchor in 1837 on an urban space linked from old to the small trade, and in particular for sale of fish and flesh.
The Round Square is a 'Good of Local Relevance' (BRL), it is surrounded by a total of thirty four buildings of different properties, forms and sizes that form a group in whose center the Round Square runs off with.
To this square you consents through four entrances on which the housings rise. Each entrance gives to a different street it is avoided this way the masses.
The square interior, is of encircling plant, with ground floor for commercial uses and three heights of housings or warehouses of very homogeneous aspect, to what contributes the run handrail of the balconies of the first two heights. The top floors conform to the first two floors with forge balconies, while the third are solved with the help of windows. The diameter of the square is of 37 meters and it is a perfect circle.
1850 in the center of this square, you places an artistic source of round cup and of whose center leaves a completed pillar in column.
In the new restoration, new sale points have been placed in the interior annulus of the square and a new covered with smaller height that the previous one, with glass sheets that reduce the entrance of solar light but without subtracting brightness to the square. They have settled eight double positions of sales that make a total of 16 positions in the interior annulus.