(ANSA) – MADRID, JUL 14 – Last day of the celebrations of San Firmino in Pamplona, the well-known festival in which the bulls are the protagonists. Returning after three years of absence due to the Covid pandemic, the bullfighting traditions and other activities associated with the festival have characterized the daily life of this city in northern Spain since last July 6.
This morning, the last ‘encierro’ (the tradition in which a herd of bulls is released in a closed city path, in which dozens of lovers of danger await it ready to spring to try to dodge the charges) was held, closed with six bruised and a slightly injured person with a gore, according to the Efe news agency. The bulls used were those from the legendary Miura Sevillian stud farm.
Festive activities planned until today evening. (HANDLE).