Spain's bullfighting season stretches from April to October. The most important bullfight ferias - week-long events which feature a corrida every afternoon - are held in spring and summer, being the central part of the yearly fairs of Sevilla, Cordoba, Jerez, El Puerto de Santa María, Algeciras and Sanlúcar de Barrameda, with others such as Ecija, Granada, Malaga, Almería, Antequera, La Línea, Priego, Cabra, Pozoblanco, Villacarrillo, Ubeda, Baeza, Jaén, Aroche, Almonaster la Real and Campofrío, Higuera de la Sierra and Huelva. Ronda holds a very popular type of bullfight known as a "corrida goyesca", in which the fighters dress in the costumes shown in Goya's famous 18th century engravings. There are over seventy bullrings in Andalucia. The most important is the Real Maestranza de Sevilla with seating capacity for 10.000. Most popular is the week of fights which coincide with the Seville Spring Fair. There are also important bullrings in the other Cities such as Malaga, Almeria, Huelva, Jaen, Granada, Cadiz, and Cordoba. Ronda is the oldest bullring in Spain. It hosts the famous Goyesque Fair in early September. There is a specialist branch of architecture devoted to the layout and functionality of bullrings which can also be used for other events such as pop concerts. Some villages have small seemingly temporary structures that serve only once a year at the village feria. Bullfight Magazines such as "6toros6" can be purchased from the newsagent in Spain. They give a good insight into the complexity of the sport. Bullfight posters can be collectors items. Their style hasn't changed for years. If you take the trouble to read them carefully they explain in detail all about the fight in question. Andalucia also has various Bullfighting museums that the aficionado may visit.