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    • Plaza de Toros de Pamplona
      Interactive tour in the Pamplona bullring. Exhibition- Guided Visit. 1. THE RUNNING OF THE BULLS • The run: - The Callejon: the tunnel that leads into the arena, through which bulls and runners come in every morning. - The previous minutes: the assembly of the fencing, the streets, the lighting. - The Encierro in the old days and today. - The outburst: the risk, the run, the emotions. • Getting into the bullring - The bullring of Pamplona: the same view runners and bulls have when coming into the bullring. 2. THE BULL 2.1 The bullpens or corrals: - The entrance to the pens. The Door of Areneros (gate leading from the arena into the corrals at the end of the Encierro). - The Burladeros (barriers), refuge for Dobladores (guiders) and herders. - The pen for the Draw. - The passages for the bulls: the maze in the bullpens. -Handling the cattle: the sounds behind the walls. 2.2 The pasture: -A unique Ecosystem. - An exceptional animal, stages of its life. - The bull’s life, from the pasture to the bullring. -Transportation and delivery. - The pens, threshold of the festival. 3. THE BULLFIGHT 3.1 One afternoon in the bullring: - Figures in a bullfight - The bullfight, its stages, the spectacle - The atmosphere: In the sun and in the shade. - The arena and the stands - Different types of bullfights: the classic ‘Spanish style’ bullfight, the bullfight on horseback (Rejoneos) and popular spectacles. 3.2 The Encierro and the bullfight. - History of Pamplona’s bullring. -Evolution and sections of the Encierro. - Evolution and stages of the bullfight. - The Matadors and the cattle of Pamplona - The posters of the Feria del Toro (bull fair) and of San Fermin - The Encierro and the city. 4. THE DOOR OF THE CUADRILLAS (entourage) The chapel, the most intimate place in the bullring The room of the Matadors The ritual The Matador’s outfit Monteras (bullfighters’ hats), Castorenos (lancers’ hats) and capes. The place of silence and fear. 5. THE BULLRING The arena. The row seats in the bullring The Burladeros (staging area for refuge) The Bulls’ Door La Casa de Misericordia of Pamplona is home to five hundred and eighty senior residents and three hundred professionals assist and look after these people. They would all like to express their most sincere gratitude for your visit to this bullring which contributes greatly to their care and wellbeing. Thank you for your visit
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