El Patio del Pozo
In one corner of the patio, the old well that gives it its name opens discreetly, protected by a simple curb of iron bars. From them rises a brief arch where the carrucha hangs. The irons of the curb support pots and gitanillas that cover their nakedness.
The ivy coexists with a bougainvillea, jasmine and a lemon tree, which climb the walls to the roof in search of light. At the corners of the patio, four lanterns provide the dim lighting of a typical alley at night.