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Plaza de Toros de Ronda 2
Spain

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The Plaza de Toros ("bullring") in Ronda, Málaga is one of the oldest operational bullrings in Spain.The arena has a diameter of 66 metres (217 ft), surrounded by a passage formed by two rings of stone. There are two layers of seating, each with five raised rows and 136 pillars that make up 68 arches. The Royal Box has a sloping roof covered in Arabic tiles.

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