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Voyages of Christopher Columbus - Wikipedia

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In 1492 a Spanish-based transatlantic maritime expedition led by Christopher Columbus ... The search for a westward route to Asia continued in 1513 when Vasco ... to sail out west into the Atlantic,...

Columbus sets sail - Aug 03, 1492 - HISTORY.com

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From the Spanish port of Palos, Italian explorer Christopher Columbus sets sail ... the Pinta, and the Nina—on a journey to find a western sea route to China, India, ... scope of what he did achieve: He had discovered for Europe the New World, .... The book had been serialized in Dickens' literary circular, All the Year Round.

Why was Christopher Columbus searching for India? - Quora

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Indo-European trade through the Incense Route, Spice trade and the maritime silk road has ... By the middle of the 15th century, Western Europe acquired the tools and passion for sailing. They just needed a big reason ... When and how did Columbus discover that he wasn't actually in India? Michael Vogel, fascinated with ...

Christopher Columbus Biography - Columbus Day

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Columbus, Christopher (1451-1506), Italian Spanish navigator who sailed west ... While on a voyage for Spain in search of a direct sea route from Europe to Asia, ... They led directly to the opening of the western hemisphere to European ... guilds (which Columbus, as the son of a wool weaver, would have attended) did offer ...

Where did Christopher Columbus sail from? | Reference.com

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Full Answer. When Christopher Columbus set sail on August 3, 1492, his goal was to find the western route to India, China and the spice islands of Asia.

Christopher Columbus

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On the morning of Oct. 12, 1492, Christopher Columbus stepped ashore on an island in the Americas. ... He was seeking a western sea route from Europe to Asia. When he sighted America, he believed that he had reached his goal. ... To reach India, China, Japan, and the East Indies, the Portuguese were already probing ...

DEACTIVATED All About Christopher Columbus (1451-1506 ...

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Christopher Columbus was an Italian-born navigator who sailed in the service ... Although Columbus was in search of a westward route to Asia by sea, the discoveries he did make were more important and valuable than the route he failed to find. ... he spent almost seven years trying to get support from Isabella I of Castile.

Christopher Columbus | Explore Royal Museums Greenwich

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Explorer Christopher Columbus (1451–1506) is famed for his 1492 'discovery' of the ... In actual fact, Columbus did not actually discover North America, but he was the first European ... Columbus wanted to find a new route to India, China, Japan and the Spice Islands. .... Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year gallery.

History of Age of Discovery, Voyages of Columbus and Magellan ...

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A few years later, Vasco de Gama reached India by sailing around Southern Africa. ... Age of Discovery, New World, Magellan's voyage, Christopher Columbus, Vasco da ... However, this maritime exploit by a few hundred men did not lead to ... of Castile who provided the funds for his plan to sail to Asia by a western route.

Christopher Columbus - European Explorers

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When he was younger he sailed on trading ships. Christopher Columbus wanted to apply his sailing skills and use them to find a water route to Asia. During his time silks and spices from India/Asia traveled over land or by a long water route that ... route to Asia he did find a "New World" that Europeans did not know existed.