This irregular square, populated with trees and fenced with wood, was built in homage to the first settlers of La Cumbrecita. Crossing it, you can join the high path of the forest with the low path, without having to lengthen the journey through the streets.
Meters before the Plaza de los Pioneros, located at the main bifurcation of the internal road, we find a square of very small dimensions to be a conventional square and a little raised from street level, this corner of the town was built by Don Julio Diesemberg (German immigrant). It has a chess board built into the floor and stone benches from which to play. All the pieces that make up this great chess set were made of iron and tin.