Plaza de Toros in Ronda
The oldest in Spain and the first largest in the world – Plaza de Toros, built in 1785, is located in the western part of the picturesque town of Ronda, in the province of the same name. The amphitheatre of two layers of seating with arches held by Tuscan columns was created under the project of architect Martin de Aldehuela. Since 1954, a bullfight performance, dedicated to the famous Spanish bullfighter Pedro Romero is annually held at the arena. A riding school is located there. The Tauromachy Museum, which tells the history of bullfighting and famous bullfighters, can be visited as well. In the museum, you can see more than 300 exhibits – duelling pistols, shotguns, sporting guns etc.