Today, February 14, we echoed bullfighting news with international tints. This morning on the Peña Taurina of Turin (Italy), and this afternoon from Oran (Algeria)
Its taurine rock: "La Ligera" is preparing an page of route to be able to perform bullfights in its bullring.
The event, which dates back to 1908, was reformed in 2009 due to some adaptation works to become a multipurpose venue, since the last celebration celebrated there dates back to 1960. Now, the bullfight of the African city is immersed In a period of analysis that seeks to extract the road map to follow in the coming months for the possible reopening of the building, with capacity for 14,000 spectators, with bull motifs.
Then, its closure was forced. The War of Independence forced the closure of the bullring, which saw notable events such as the return to the ring after three years of pardon by Luis Miguel Dominguín (1954) or the debut with and without picadors Miguel Mateo 'Miguelín' . Also appeared in public in the ring of Oran the taurine comic group of 'El Bombero Torero y los Enanitos Toreros".
During the dinner, the members of the 'Peña La Ligera' met the right-hander Marc Serrano, who told them of his successful journey in American lands, where he has been successful in several fields, both Mexico and Peru.