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It is very far from the historical distance, so unless you are up for a long hike, you will want to go in a vehicle. It was built, together with a hotel and casino (now a private university), in the early 1900s by an Argentine...More
This now neglected stadium was built ( in early 1900's) for bull fighting but only ever saw three fights before they were banned. It has since fell into disrepair and now has a fence preventing anyone from entering. The same man who built this also...More
Your ride will take you along the beachfront and into the country. The bull-ring is undistinguished and condemned so one can only see it from a distance. It was only in use for eight fights. Visit the nearby antique dealer or the railway museum, also...More
This bullfight stadium was built in the early 1900's, but was closed almost immediately due to the outlawing of bullfighting. Within a few years it will be completely restored into a convention center, with restaurants and sporting events.
Stumbled upon this when on a bike ride and found it quite interesting along with the rail museum next store. Well worth a look and quick trip from town . Hope they can someday ‘recycle ‘ this into a concert or sports venue .
It is not the same than watching the Colosseo in Rome, but not only for the size. This Plaza de toros from old times is ruined and nobody takes care of it, even though they show you it in the city tour, but only from...More
We had a great driver that took us a little of the beat n track and came across Plaza de Toros. While closed, you can still see how this could have been a gathering points way back when. Very cool piece of history.