When / Where / Why???              6th-14th July every year   When?   Where?    Town Hall of Pamplona, Northern       ...
. The seven- day festival is conducted from 6 th to 14 th of July                          every year.        There is no ...
DOsReach the venue early and take thecorners tight, as the bulls are going to gowide. Viewers can stand behind the fence...
Don’tsPeople below 18 yrs of age must notrunCrossing police barriers placed toensure that the run goes off smoothly.Res...
Thank You          Aug 14 2012Michael Haas | Cheaptickets.sg
Bull running fiesta of pamplona
Bull running fiesta of pamplona
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The seven day festival is conducted from 6th to 14th of July every year.
There is no bull running on the opening day.People above 18 yrs can participate without any registration.

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Bull running fiesta of pamplona

  1. 1. When / Where / Why???  6th-14th July every year When? Where?  Town Hall of Pamplona, Northern Spain Why?  Though the history is unclear, evidences of the Bull Running celebrations can be traced back to 14th century. It is widely believed that the event initially originated to bring the bulls from off- site corrals, to sell at the market, men would attempt to speed up the cattle using tactics of fear and excitement .Over the years, this changed into a competition as youngsters attempt to race in front of the bull without being overtaken  .
  2. 2. . The seven- day festival is conducted from 6 th to 14 th of July every year. There is no bull running on the opening day.People above 18 yrs can participate without any registration. All should dress in white with a red handkerchief around their necks and a red sash around their waist. Once the signal is on, six bulls along with six steers chargedown the street towards the bullring along an 825m stretch.once all the rings entered the bullring and the final rockets marks the end of the Bull Run.
  3. 3. DOsReach the venue early and take thecorners tight, as the bulls are going to gowide. Viewers can stand behind the fence oron balconiesMusic, dancing and drinking allowed,but don’t drink too muchIt is acceptable to tap the bull with arolled-up newspaperWhile running, if you slip, trip, getpushed, stumble, or just plain fall – staydown.
  4. 4. Don’tsPeople below 18 yrs of age must notrunCrossing police barriers placed toensure that the run goes off smoothly.Respect the bull; never pull its tail orany action that could hamper itAvoid waiting in corners, blind spots,doorways or in entrances to otherestablishments located along the run.Glass is not allowedPhotography prohibited, with outdue authorization
  5. 5. Thank You Aug 14 2012Michael Haas | Cheaptickets.sg

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