The plaza de toros, or bull-ring, is an extensive hypæthral amphitheatre resembling the Coliseum on a reduced scale.
Indeed, this square was formerly known as the plaza de toros.
To find a plaza de toros here in the north was disconcerting.
Hajji was dragged away like the gored horse in the plaza de toros, and sent to the Doctor to be cured of his skull-crack.
As a stroke of policy, to regain his popularity, he built this plaza de toros.
And he had abused the sanctity of the chapel of the bullfighters in the plaza de toros of Seville.
The plaza de toros was reached through the decayed and tile-strewn outskirts of an old Spanish village.
We play what we shall consider a perfect approach shot to our plaza de toros hole.
The next afternoon all the world crowds to the plaza de toros.
A bullfight is usually a feature of a saint's day too, with the whole town going to the plaza de toros to watch.