Plaza de toros de Ciudad Real

Ciudad Real, La Mancha, Spain

Plaza de toros de Ciudad Real is a typical example of a 19th century bull ring after administrative centers took control of this form of public space.

CVAST documented this historic bull ring with both terrestrial laser scanning and arial photography
Blimp photography above the Plaza de toros
Interior / Exterior perspective
Cross section slice
Cross section perspective
Planview perspective
Elevation perspective

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