Pero Military Neo Square is also known as Guillotine Square. It used to be a place for slave trade. There are execution pillars on the square. It is said that slaves are often whipped or executed here, so it is named Guillotine Square. Now the streets are full of restaurants with distinctive features and small shops of various handicraft works. At the same time, street artists often perform in the square, which is very lively.
It's simple and interesting. It's easy to walk and shop. It also has places to eat and drink. It can also get in touch with local culture. Pebble-paved streets have a festive atmosphere, as well as that kind of community atmosphere, which is very enjoyable. There's Geronimo on Tuesday night. Don't miss it. It's a very special show.
Square is famous for its ancient architecture and style. It is also one of the most famous places in El Salvador. It is very suitable for tourism.
The colorful little house attracted my eyes deeply and reminded me of the scenes in the cartoons I watched as a child.
The square is very big. There are many tourists coming here for leisure and sightseeing.
The remains of the old slave market are still visible.