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ALTHOUGH the true origins of the 15th century navigator are still uncertain, researchers believe they can pinpoint his original resting place before his remains...
CHRISTOPHER Columbus stares out at the Atlantic Ocean and tells his son the world is like the orange he is peeling: round, not flat....
Each October 12 Spain marks its National Day or Dia de la Hispanidad with a public holiday. The day coincides with the celebration of Christopher...
Podemos politician calls for Columbus statue to be removed from Spain’s Barcelona amid anti-racism protests
A HIGH ranking Podemos politician in Catalunya has called for the statue of Christopher Columbus to be removed from Barcelona.
Experts discover Christopher Columbus anchor with Mallorcan pottery in centuries-old Caribbean shipwreck
The new discovery, off the Turks and Caicos islands, is believed to be linked to Vicente Yanez Pinzon - a Sevillan sailor who was part of the Columbus expeditions
Barcelona's mayor described national day as a celebration of genocide