In the early twentieth century this square rises after the Spanish general of Swiss origin Biberegg Teodoro Reding.
Reding would be responsible for implementing the plan devised by Hazel Porcuna, in which victory would reach that glorious day in 1808. In 2008, a bronze sculpture in honor of the prominent character in the Battle of Bailen opens. The following text is reflected in the plate accompanying the image:
"Sorry Fatherland cries as
premature death of the famous
D. Teodoro Reding who gave his life
to keep you in stormy weather.
A host gives his body
and hopes that more copious style
Bailen victory amplify,
his virtues and extol memory. "