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15:32

LifeStyle

17 April 1492: Christopher Columbus obtains funding for his first voyage

Debbie Bartlett

On 17 April 1492, Christopher Columbus achieved the first step towards his dream of setting off westwards to find a quicker route to the Maluku Islands, a trading centre for spices, when the voyage for which the Portuguese king had refused funding

19:26

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Hispanic Day, a celebration of what?

Tony Bryant

October 12th, Día de la Hispanidad or Hispanic Day, is a national holiday in Spain that commemorates the exact date when Christopher Columbus first set foot in the Americas in 1492. Also known as Columbus Day or 'Día del Descubrimiento', Hispanic

17:21

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14 August 1598: Seville's Casa de la Lonja opens for business

Debbie Bartlett

...merchants could exchange their goods. It was known then as the Casa de la Lonja de Mercaderes, and was inaugurated on 14 August. After Columbus discovered the Americas in 1492, Seville was awarded the monopoly on trade and the number of merchants

12:06

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31 March 1492: The Alhambra Decree was issued to expel Jews from the country

Debbie Bartlett 31 march 1492

On 31 March 1492 the Catholic Monarchs, Ferdinand and Isabella, issued the Alhambra Decree, also known as the Edict of Expulsion, giving notice to all practising Jews to leave the kingdoms of Castile and Aragón and their territories and possessions

15:09

Travel

A town and a river for April Fools - in Huelva

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

...nurturing this reputation for idiocy. In 1492 he became a member of the first transatlantic maritime expedition led by Christopher Columbus, which started in Huelva. During the voyage, in the middle of the night, he suddenly started shouting that he had

09:14

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16 November 1491: The mystery of the Holy Child of La Guardia

Daryl Finch

General Tomás de Torquemada's encouragement, the murder of the Holy Child was used by Isabella I as one of the reasons for the expulsion of the Jews after the fall of Granada in 1492. The decree was signed on 31 March 1492, just months after the outcome of

14:27

National

PP and Cs sign off coalition pact in Andalucía and Vox will support it

SUR

...stronghold of Spain in Granada in 1492. However, amid accusations that Vox was merely "grandstanding" and was still in election mode, on Wednesday afternoon, the PP announced that the votes of Vox's MPs had been guaranteed in a 37-point agreement between

19:42

Travel

Reinventing the all-inclusive

Andrew Forbes

...the French Creole-speaking Republic of Haiti, shares Hispaniola - the Spanish island, so called following the arrival of navigator and colonist Christopher Columbus in 1492. It's the second biggest, and most populous island in the Caribbean. Punta

20:32

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Hispanic Day, a celebration of what?

Tony Bryant

12 October, Día de la Hispanidad or Hispanic Day, is a national holiday in Spain that commemorates the exact date when Christopher Columbus first set foot in the Americas in 1492. Also known as Columbus Day or Día del Descubrimiento, Hispanic Day

17:31

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The 'flu' virus that killed 1,500 people in Malaga a century ago

PEDRO LUIS GÓMEZ

...and 1891. It is now a protected building and due to be restored. Others have disappeared now, such as the Hospital Real de San Lázaro, founded in 1492 to attend to people suffering from leprousy, which was demolished in the early 20th century and of