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File:Caminho maritimo para a India.png

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Português: Esta imagem ilustra a viagem de Vasco da Gama (a preto) bem como as viagens de Pêro da Covilhã (laranja) e Afonso de Paiva (azul). O caminho percorrido antes de se separarem encontra-se a verde.
English: This figure illustrates the path of Vasco da Gama heading for the first time to India (black) as well as the trips of Pêro da Covilhã (orange) and Afonso de Paiva (blue). The path common to both is the green line.
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English: Nuno Tavares, based on BlankMap-World.png. Based on informations from many sources, including Wikipedia.
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