Bullfights are deep-rooted tradition in history of Spain. Many Spaniards can’t imagine their culture without bullfights, but several of them are beginning to contest this tradition.

Every year during July in the city of Pamplona, wild bulls are run through the streets while brave thrill seekers, both young and old, join them and try to avoid being trampled or gored. The running of the bulls is very famous, but one shouldn’t miss the festival and feast that follows, including dance, music, fireworks.

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Flamenco is a music-dancing culture, which has its centre in Andalusia in the south of Spain. It appeared with Romanies when they came from India across Pakistan and Egypt. That’s why flamenco is comprised of Romany culture with Spanish, Indian, Jewish and Arabian culture intertwined.

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