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Plaza de Toros, Colonia del Sacramento

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Admire Plaza de Toros from the outside and imagine what the bullring must have looked like in its heyday. Once used for the controversial sport of bullfighting, the building's crumbled remains reflect sadly on the fate that has befallen it. The stadium was only used for two years, between 1910 and 1912, then left to decay for more than a century. You can't enter the bullring, so it's only worth visiting if you are a fan of abandoned structures and have time to make the hour-long walk from the city center. Take a look at our Colonia del Sacramento itinerary builder to schedule your visit to Plaza de Toros and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Place completely abandoned and inaccessible, the only thing you can do is work around the structure (which is falling apart) for asphalt. The bright side is that bullfighting anymore.
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  • The location is fantastic, a work that impresses, too bad you're abandons and gradually will deteriorating. Historically still worth the visit.
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  • Where were held some bullfights, was being restored, but remains closed and preserved with no risk of collapse.
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