Museo Taurino Antonio Ordonez, Malaga

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  • Saw the bullring first and then visited the museum. Bulls' heads are labelled with the weight of the bull and the date of its demise. In direct contrast there are some fine posters and exquisite costu...  more »
  • Bullfighting is a big part of Spanish culture, so we enjoyed visiting a real arena. There is a small museum , but the highlight is the arena itself.  more »
  • Although there weren't any English translations that we could find, if you are observant, you can learn a lot. It seems like a pretty brutal sport though.  more »