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Toreros - Various - The Bullfighs


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Login Register. Bullfighting What is bullfighting? It is certainly one of the best-known and at the same time most controversial popular Spanish customs. Dam Dam Dam (Is The Rhythm Of Magic) (Radio Mental-Mix) - Various - Techno Dance Attack 95 fiesta could not exist without the toro bravo, a species of bull from an ancient breed that only exists in Spain.

This bull's forebears, the primitive urus, were spread out over wide areas of the world. Many civilizations revered them; the bull cults on the Greek island of Crete are very Toreros - Various - The Bullfighs known. The Bible tells of sacrificing bulls to honor divine justice. Bulls also played an important role in the religious ceremonies of the Iberian tribes living in Spain in prehistoric times.

The origins of the plaza de toros bullring are probably not the Roman amphitheaters but rather the Celtic-Iberian temples where those ceremonies were held. Near Numancia in the province of Soria one of them has survived, and it is thought that bulls were sacrificed to the gods there. While religious bull cults date back to the Iberians, it was the Greek and Roman influences that converted it into a spectacle. In the 18th Toreros - Various - The Bullfighsthis tradition was more or less abandoned and the poorer population invented bullfighting on foot.

Francisco Romero was a key figure in laying down the rules for the new sport. If you are not familiar with corridas de toros bullfightshere is what happens, so that you can decide for yourself whether you want to see one when you are in Spain. A corrida starts with the paseillowhen everybody involved in the bullfight enters the ring and presents themselves to the president and public.

Two alguacilillos on horseback look up to the president's box and symbolically ask for the keys to the puerta de los toriles. Behind that door, the bulls are waiting.

When the door opens and the first bull enters, the real spectacle begins. It consists of three parts, called tercios thirdseach announced with a bugle call. There are three toreros bullfighters — the better-known word "toreador" is actually never used in modern Spanish — in a corrida, each being allotted two bulls. In the first tercio the torero uses the capotea rather large cape that Toreros - Various - The Bullfighs a pinkish-mauve color on one side and yellow on the other. Now the two picadores enter on horseback, armed with a sort of lance.

The second tercio is la suerte de banderillas. Three banderilleros must stick a pair of banderillas into charging bull's base of the neck. He must show his mastery to dominate the bull and establish an artistic symbiosis between man and beast. The corrida ends with the torero using his sword to kill the bull.


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  1. Jul 23,  · What is Bullfighting? July 23, , cherran, Leave a comment. What is Bullfighting? Bullfighting is Spain’s national sport. It dates back to A.D. when the Spaniards were first amazed with this type of sport or spectacle.
  2. A bullfighter is a performer in the art of bullfighting."Torero" (Spanish:) or "toureiro" (Portuguese: [toˈɾɐjɾu]) (both from Latin taurarius, bullfighter) are the Spanish and Portuguese words for bullfighter and describe all the performers in the sport of bullfighting as practised in Spain, Portugal, Mexico, Peru, France, Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela and other countries influenced by.
  3. Every "matador" is a "Torero" (bullfighter) but not every torero is a matador. Below you will find a quick overview of the different types of toreros and their corresponding roles in a classic corrida. The Matador. The matador is the star performer of the bullfight.
  4. Bullfighting is a physical contest that involves humans and animals attempting to publicly subdue, immobilise, or kill a bull, usually according to a set of rules, guidelines, or cultural morlugdabealoregravelredeemer.infoinfo are many different forms and varieties in various locations around the world. Some forms involve dancing around or over a cow or bull, or attempting to grasp an object from the animal.
  5. Spanish-style bullfighting, known as a corrida de toros (literally a "running of the bulls"), tauromaquia or fiesta, is practiced in Spain, where it originates, Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, Peru, as well as in parts of Southern France and morlugdabealoregravelredeemer.infoinfo a traditional corrida, three toreros, also called matadores or, in French, toréadors, each fight against two out of a total of six.
  6. There are three toreros (bullfighters) — the better-known word "toreador" is actually never used in modern Spanish — in a corrida, each being allotted two bulls. In the first tercio the torero uses the capote, a rather large cape that is a pinkish-mauve color on one side and yellow on the other.
  7. Bull fighting in Spain is an iconic tradition in which 3 toreros have to fight 2 bulls each and, ultimately, kill them. A bullfight is always held in a round-shape arena or venue called plaza de toros.

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