The juvenille Forcados of Evora struggle with their second bull of the day during the yearly juvenille festival celebrated in the town of Montemor in souther Portugal. The Forcados are aficionados performing a traditional and orignal form of bullfighting originating in 1340 precisely in Evora commemorating the victory of the battle of Salado. The Forcados of Evora were formed in 1963 under the leadership of the "Cabo" Joao Antonio Nunes Patinhas, who led the group until 1978. | Location: Montemor, Alentejo, Portugal.
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