Campo Pequeno

Lisboa

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The Campo Pequeno bullring is a symbol of Lisboa. Inaugurated on the 18th of August 1892, and planned by the respected Architect António José Dias da Silva, with the capacity of 8434 persons, is even nowadays a tourist and cultural landmark of the city of Lisboa.
Surrounded by a green area with pleasant trees, plants and vegetation, the only Lisboa’s bullring (the previous one, raised in 1831 in Campo Santana, was promptly surpassed by this monumental work) is a brick round structure inspired in its Madrid twin, although it is differentiated by the finishing touch with towers of Arabic inspiration.
Recently this bullring and its surroundings suffered substantial works of restoration and renovation and was re-opened in 2006 with other valences.
Today, it allows its visitors to enjoy its pleasant gardens, the open air esplanadas, a cinema, a shopping centre in the sub-soil, endowed with a wide variety of shops, or simply enjoying a bullfight evening.
Concerts, shows, events, among many other attractions have frequently place in this place, being nowadays a new cultural site in Lisboa.

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