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 »
  • I had seen this past summer while on vacation in Lisbon the bullfighting Museum of Campo Pequeno and I learned several info that helped me understand this tradition not only in Spain. Also has a nice Malaga bullfighting ring and an excellent museum dedicated to Antonio Ordonez, the most prestigious Bullfighter of the city. The Malaga Museum is much more appealing, there are a number of clothes worn by the matador which are works of art. Three very nice show all elements of the protagonists of this event. The cost is negligible 1.80. Among other things we have seen in the exercises that were on the runway aspiring bullfighters. I recommend visiting unless you face with prejudices already preconceived notions.
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  • For the reasonable price of € 1.80, you enter at the Bullring. Architecturally, the building is worth seeing. The Museum is well incomprehensible to a non-Spaniard. What you can read themselves to so is still the Bullfight a popular art form. Adds no values in it-Is not particularly interested in anyway. If you disregard moral values as is the arena absolutely worth seeing. A tip-check opening hours before you go there ...
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