Thursday, 21 February 2013

Bull Fight Barcelona

Bull Fight Barcelona Details
It was a day of high emotion in the separatist-inclined Catalan capital, Spain's second city.
All 20,000 seats in the historic La Monumental arena were sold out in advance and touts were charging 1,600 euros for tickets, three times the face value of the top price
The event marked an impassioned debate over bullfighting which has highlighted political, cultural and economic divisions in modern Spain.
Fans, a number of whom had come from abroad, lamented the ban and said it was stifling tradition and people's rights.
"This is like a dictatorship. We don't do anything wrong to anyone and we are banned from having a 300 year-old show," Josep Navarro, 60, a longtime fan, told Reuters.
But opponents celebrated the last day of "death in the afternoon" in Catalonia and said they would push their campaign for other regions to follow.
Hundreds of anti-bullfight protesters gathered outside the bull ring carrying posters reading "RIP," "Goodbye" and "A great day for the bulls" under the watchful eyes of squads of police.
Bull Fight Barcelona

Bull Fight Barcelona
Bull Fight Barcelona
Bull Fight Barcelona
Bull Fight Barcelona
Bull Fight Barcelona
Bull Fight Barcelona
Bull Fight Barcelona
Bull Fight Barcelona
Bull Fight Barcelona
Bull Fight Barcelona
Bull Fight Barcelona

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