The running of the bulls in Spain

The most famous running of the bulls ceremony continues in Pampolona, Spain, as the centuries-old event occurs daily until the end of the San Fermin festival July 14.

The practice, which has long drawn the ire of animal rights activists, circles around an early-morning chase between the bulls and hundreds of runners through the narrow city streets.

See more photos over at Framework.

Photos: Jose Jordan / AFP, Getty Images, Daniel Ochoa de Olza, Alvaro Barrientos / Associated Press, Rodrigo Perez / EPA

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