La Maestranza named after the order of knights to which it still belongs, it hosted its first bullfight in 1761, making it the oldest mojor bullring in Spain. Its open Tiered stands are topped by an elegant circular colonnade that provides shade for VIPS
Triumphant toreros leave through the Puerta del Principe, whereas the less fortunate end up in the surgery.
I visited the museum that displays costumes and portraits and the heads of bulls, some of which earned their place by killing a matador.
No bullfights, not the season, but wedding photo shoots a plenty.
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