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In a series of four voyages starting in 1497, Vespucci traveled to the islands connected to South American coast and arrived on the eastern tip of what is known today as Brazil.If accurate, this means Amerigo set foot on North America before Christopher Columbus did.

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What Routes Did Amerigo Vespucci Take? Portuguese explorer Amerigo Vespucci went from the coast of Guyana to the Amazon River and, on his second voyage, south from Brazil. His other routes are unverified due to conflicting accounts.

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What sea route did Amerigo Vespucci take? No one really knows this and we only have his word that he landed in North America. It is because a German map maker read his book that American is named ...

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amerigo vespucci . Voyages . Vespucci went on between four and six voyages and this is the picture on the left is the type of boat he would have used. Its name was the Luna Rossa, named after a Italian film. It had three main points of power, the bow sail, the middle sail, and the stern sail. ... The crew took different routes to reach the Cape ...

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Vespucci was born and raised in Florence, on the Italian Peninsula.He was the third son of Ser Nastagio (Anastasio) Vespucci, a Florentine notary, and Lisabetta Mini; Anastasio's father was also named Amerigo. His family lived near All Saints' Church in Ognissanti, which was also known as San Salvatore, which may have influenced his naming of the Bay of All Saints and the city of Salvador,...

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Amerigo Vespucci was born on March 9, 1454, in Florence, Italy. As a young man, he was fascinated with books and maps. The Vespuccis were a prominent family and friends with the powerful Medicis ...

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Amerigo Vespucci was an Italian-born merchant and explorer who took part in early voyages to the New World on behalf of Spain around the late 15th century. By that time, the Vikings had ...

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This is a striking portrait of Amerigo Vespucci, from John Ogilby's America, one of the seminal English language works on the New World from the 17th Century. Like other portraits in the atlas, Vespucci is depicted surrounded by the tools of the explorer.

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Vespucci's third voyage is largely considered his most successful. While Vespucci did not start out commanding the expedition, when Portuguese officers asked him to take charge of the voyage he ...

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No one really knows this and we only have his word that he landed in North America. It is because a German map maker read his book that American is named America.