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Die Plaza de Toros de Ronda ist eine Stierkampfarena in Ronda.

Sie wurde in den Jahren von 1783 bis 1789 vom Architekten José Martín de Aldehuela erbaut. Bereits 1572 wurde ein Platz für Reitübungen in der Stadt an dieser Stelle eingerichtet. Zu dieser Zeit waren sogenannte ritterliche Spiele in Gebrauch und die Spiele galten als Qualifikation für den Stierkampf. Begründet wurde dieser Übungsplatz von Philipp II., der auch als Gründer der Royal Cavallerie Maestranza de Ronda gilt.

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