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Plaza de Toros Fermín Espinosa Armillita(Fermín Espinosa Armillita Bullring)

Jalostotitlán

To live the fiesta brava (Spanish-style bullfighting) in Jalostotitlán Carnival time is to enjoy the Plaza de Toros in its highest splendor—it has a 6,500 spectators capacity.

The Plaza was built in 1972 by a bull fight fans group with the idea of ​​enjoying bullfights, as well as celebrating carnival festivities.

It’s considered one of the city’s greatest attractions for its architectural beauty in ochre and blue. The coquettish Plaza has a special charm to host the national and international most recognized fiesta brava figures, as well as first-level stud farms.

The facility has had several modifications over the years such as the interior hallway expansion on the sun side or the balcony construction in the corrals area, as well as the gardens and facades.

It’s worth mentioning that “Jalos” Bullfighting Carnival is Jalisco’s most traditional festival—several cultural events are held by national and international artists.

Throughout ten days prior Ash Wednesday, the municipality gets embellished and the party is enjoyed at the “Terrazas”, known as the large food and drink bar, with mariachis and band music. Bullfights take place during the festivities’ last weekend.
To live the fiesta brava (Spanish-style bullfighting) in Jalostotitlán Carnival time is to enjoy the Plaza de Toros in its highest splendor—it has a 6,500 spectators capacity.

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The Plaza was built in 1972 by a bull fight fans group with the idea of ​​enjoying bullfights, as well as celebrating carnival festivities.

It’s considered one of the city’s greatest attractions for its architectural beauty in ochre and blue. The coquettish Plaza has a special charm to host the national and international most recognized fiesta brava figures, as well as first-level stud farms.

The facility has had several modifications over the years such as the interior hallway expansion on the sun side or the balcony construction in the corrals area, as well as the gardens and facades.

It’s worth mentioning that “Jalos” Bullfighting Carnival is Jalisco’s most traditional festival—several cultural events are held by national and international artists.

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