After visiting the Church of Our Father Jesus of Nazareth, we proceeded down the beautiful Empedrada street. Ochavada Square is located in the historic center of Archidona and one of the most interesting monuments of the province because of its style and shape. The square is one of the Andalusian Baroque gems of the eighteenth century as its Mudejar style combines tradition with typically French elements. The Ochavada Square was built in 1786 by Antonio Gonzalez Sevillano and Francisco Astorga Frias, who designed its unique octagonal shape, which gave it its name. The square, is accessible from various points in the city center and has since its construction therefor become the nerve center of the city.