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Spanish-style bullfighting is called a corrida de toros (literally a "running of bulls"), or fiesta brava[citation needed] and is practiced in Spain and Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, Peru, as well as in Southern France. In traditional corrida, three toreros, also called matadores or, in French, toréadors, each fight two out of a total of six fighting bulls, each of which is at least four years old and weighs up to about 600 kg or 1,300 lb (with a minimum weight limit of 460 kg or…

Spanish-style bullfighting is called a corrida de toros (literally a "running of bulls"), or fiesta brava[citation needed] and is practiced in Spain and Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, Peru, as well as in Southern France. In traditional corrida, three toreros, also called matadores or, in French, toréadors, each fight two out of a total of six fighting bulls, each of which is at least four years old and weighs up to about 600 kg or 1,300 lb (with a minimum weight limit of 460 kg or…

Spanish-style bullfighting is called a corrida de toros (literally a "running of bulls"), or fiesta brava[citation needed] and is practiced in Spain and Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, Peru, as well as in Southern France. In traditional corrida, three toreros, also called matadores or, in French, toréadors, each fight two out of a total of six fighting bulls, each of which is at least four years old and weighs up to about 600 kg or 1,300 lb (with a minimum weight limit of 460 kg or…

Spanish-style bullfighting is called a corrida de toros (literally a "running of bulls"), or fiesta brava[citation needed] and is practiced in Spain and Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, Peru, as well as in Southern France. In traditional corrida, three toreros, also called matadores or, in French, toréadors, each fight two out of a total of six fighting bulls, each of which is at least four years old and weighs up to about 600 kg or 1,300 lb (with a minimum weight limit of 460 kg or…

Chaquetilla / Spain:  Worn by Spanish bullfighters, this short and spangly jacket is usually adorned in gold and allows for plenty of movement – essential for dodging charging bulls! They are part of a toreros’ traje de luces, or, suit of lights. Moschino has designed some fabulous matador-style jackets. Image: I came across this image series on couleurblind.com but does anyone know the photographer? He/she deserves a credit!

Chaquetilla / Spain: Worn by Spanish bullfighters, this short and spangly jacket is usually adorned in gold and allows for plenty of movement – essential for dodging charging bulls! They are part of a toreros’ traje de luces, or, suit of lights. Moschino has designed some fabulous matador-style jackets. Image: I came across this image series on couleurblind.com but does anyone know the photographer? He/she deserves a credit!

corrida, three toreros, also called matadores or, in French, toréadors, each fight two out of a total of six fighting bulls, each of which is at least four years old and weighs up to about 600 kg or 1,300 lb (with a minimum weight limit of 460 kg or 1,010 lb for the bullrings of the first degree). Bullfighting season in Spain runs from March to October

corrida, three toreros, also called matadores or, in French, toréadors, each fight two out of a total of six fighting bulls, each of which is at least four years old and weighs up to about 600 kg or 1,300 lb (with a minimum weight limit of 460 kg or 1,010 lb for the bullrings of the first degree). Bullfighting season in Spain runs from March to October

Spanish-style bullfighting is called a corrida de toros (literally a "running of bulls"), or fiesta brava[citation needed] and is practiced in Spain and Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, Peru, as well as in Southern France. In traditional corrida, three toreros, also called matadores or, in French, toréadors, each fight two out of a total of six fighting bulls, each of which is at least four years old and weighs up to about 600 kg or 1,300 lb (with a minimum weight limit of 460 kg or…

Spanish-style bullfighting is called a corrida de toros (literally a "running of bulls"), or fiesta brava[citation needed] and is practiced in Spain and Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, Peru, as well as in Southern France. In traditional corrida, three toreros, also called matadores or, in French, toréadors, each fight two out of a total of six fighting bulls, each of which is at least four years old and weighs up to about 600 kg or 1,300 lb (with a minimum weight limit of 460 kg or…

Look 13 from Dolce & Gabbana Spring/Summer 2015 - A black and white suit, inspired by traditional Spanish menswear, styled with a waist that resembles the faja, a part of the traje de luces of Spanish bullfighters.

Look 13 from Dolce & Gabbana Spring/Summer 2015 - A black and white suit, inspired by traditional Spanish menswear, styled with a waist that resembles the faja, a part of the traje de luces of Spanish bullfighters.

Spanish-style bullfighting is called a corrida de toros (literally a "running of bulls"), or fiesta brava[citation needed] and is practiced in Spain and Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, Peru, as well as in Southern France. In traditional corrida, three toreros, also called matadores or, in French, toréadors, each fight two out of a total of six fighting bulls, each of which is at least four years old and weighs up to about 600 kg or 1,300 lb (with a minimum weight limit of 460 kg or…

Spanish-style bullfighting is called a corrida de toros (literally a "running of bulls"), or fiesta brava[citation needed] and is practiced in Spain and Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, Peru, as well as in Southern France. In traditional corrida, three toreros, also called matadores or, in French, toréadors, each fight two out of a total of six fighting bulls, each of which is at least four years old and weighs up to about 600 kg or 1,300 lb (with a minimum weight limit of 460 kg or…

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