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We've seen Columbus in Portugal, Columbus in Barcelona and now in Huelva. He certainly got around! I heard his connection to Huelva was that he came to one of the local churches to give thanks for the success of his voyage. His statue is located...More
How many towns and cities do pretend that they have hosted Columbus? Yet another city: Huelva. Columbus was in this city to recruit crew and this monument commemorates this. Pointing at... the west I presume?
The Monument to Columbus is a central place for people to gather in the popular Las Ramblas section of Barcelona. It reminds the world that Columbus reported to the King and Queen of Spain when he traveled to America. There are numerous bronze figures and...More
It is a humongous statue facing the ocean to the south. America is to the west, but the harbor West exit that Columbus used does not exist any more, so who cares. The place where he started is also some km away but this place...More
It is just that, a huge statue! Visit on your way to or from the Columbus Ship Museum. Its size is impressive both close up and from a distance but nothing to really make you linger (especially on a chilly February afternoon!