How Did the Running of the Bulls Originate?

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Running of the bulls originated in Spain during the beginning of 14th century. The origin comes from the need to transport the bulls from the enclosures where they had spent the nights to the bullring where killing would take place. This later went on to be a famous tradition with the introduction of the festival of Sanfermines with people jumping on to the bulls to show their courage and braveness.
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Pamplona, north east Spain, started in the 14th Century. Held every year, July 6 -14. during the San Fermin Festival.
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The Battle of Bull Run was fought on July 21, 1861 near Manassas, Virginia. It was the first major land battle of the American Civil War.
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1. Check the map of the race route. You may want to watch from Santo Domingo, Town Hall Square, Calle Mercaderes, Calle Estafeta, Calle duque de Ahumada or the bullring. 2. Target
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