Toreros: a Ticket fro Game
One of the most quintessential aspects of Spain is bull fighting, so you may find that this magnet of a content torero to be just the ticket for remembering your last trip to the old world. This souvenir from Spain is a great conversation starter as well, and can liven up things around the kitchen. If you have kids you may also find that this will be a real treat for them that they can enjoy on each trip to the fridge. And although it may seem like a caricature, the garments the character in question wears is quite traditional and true to the culture that he represents.
Central to Spanish Culture
Toreros or bullfighter are central to Spanish culture. They are part of an elite of players that include the matador who is the man, or women, killing the bull, the picadors, the rejoneadores and the subalterns, all helping the mean toreador achieve his goal. It is a game of seduction and rejection between the man and the animal who is enticed by the toreros to confront them. This duel is plenty with drama which is augmented as the audience becomes enthralled by the dangerous scene taking place in the plaza. For this reason, it is considered more an art performance than a sport.
Toreros usually on both horseback and on foot. The more bravado, that is courageous, prefer doing it solely on foot, what increases the risk of the performance, In exchange, the torero gain popularity and the cheers and enthusiasm of the audience, becoming their favorite bullfighter, In fact, in Spain torero are celebrities as actors are, they appear on TV shows and popular magazines such as Hola which features the lives of the royalty and famous people. all in all, this is a great travel souvenir to take back home.