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Bullring building photogrammetry. Includes two different versions. Polygons: 599K / 99K
First of all I want to explain that I don’t support this cruel spectacle called bullfighting (Tauromaquia) and nowadays it is in decline. A bullring is an arena where bullfighting is performed. The classic bullring is an enclosed, roughly circular amphitheatre with tiered rows of stands that surround an open central space similar. Many of the ancient Roman amphitheatres had characteristics that can be seen in the bullrings of today. Ibi’s bullring had the special feature of taking advantage of some house façade to close part of the circular ring area and to use them as stands and galleries. Currently only a few sectors of the structure remain in place.
The construction took place at the end of the nineteenth century and was shut down in the 1919 after a quarrel between the Civil Guard and group of spectators who rushed into the ring, and unfortunately two men died.