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Italiano: Il secondo viaggio di Colombo. La mappa utilizza gli originali nomi spagnoli con cui Colombo conosceva quei luoghi. La mappa mostra frecce epr rappresentare quale fu il percorso di andata e quale quello di ritorno.
English: Second voyage of Columbus. Map uses the original Spanish names which Columbus would have known the locations as. The map should show arrows to represent which way they got in and which way they got out.
Česky: Mapa druhé výpravy Kryštofa Kolumba. Popisky jednotlivých lokalit jsou ve španělštině, jak je znal sám Kolumbus.
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