The Bullfighting Museum is located in the Plaza de Toros, one of the most beautiful in Andalusia, whose existence dates from the nineteenth century. However, the bullfighting tradition goes back further Antequera time (s. XVII) and has prevailed over the years, reaching one of its most notable in the collection that houses this museum.
Visitors will find the museum on the top floor of the Plaza de Toros and his journey through the three exhibition halls will get an overview of bullfighting in Spain, as well as local history taurine.
The museum that houses this collection is varied and meets from a photographic and journalistic issues bullfighting to documents and posters related to the national holiday. There is no shortage in the sample some heads of bulls, who once dealt in bullfights are held in different historical bullrings of the Spanish geography.
In one of the rooms can also admire a showcase with flashy costumes, belonging to some of the most prominent right-handers in our country.
Among the artworks of the museum boasts the mules shot, a group of sculptures in bronze, with great realism, the work of P. Baker and J. Sánchez Clemente. And in the painting section, special attention the fight, a graphic string hundred and twelve plates, of the nineteenth century, and the collection of thirty paintings on glass, called The Dollhouse, representing different tasks bullfighting.
- Located in an urban area
- Inland area
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