Tetuan Square, Castellon de la Plana
Next to the post office building, in the middle of a small square Tetuan (Plaza Tetuan), stands a 17-meter metal structure called Minerva Paranoica authored by Miguel Navarro (Miquel Navarro), one of the leading masters in the style of so-called "New Spanish sculpture". The artist himself positions his work as expressionism. The sculpture schematically depicts the attributes of the Roman goddess of war. The creation was first shown in the Crystal Palace of Madrid's Retiro Park, in 1989.
The name of the square in Arabic means "spring", in the Middle Ages there was a well here. Now the square is surrounded by the original building of the late 19th-early 20th century.
Attention is drawn to the elegant house at number 16, lined with ceramic tiles (Azulejos), it was built in the Valencian Modernismo style (Art Nouveau) in 1912 by Francisco Tomás Traver.