Was Christopher Columbus' country Protestant or Catholic?
Christopher Columbus was Catholic, and so was his country, Spain.
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He sailed for Spain, ruled by King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella at that time.
Protestants have fought in many countries. Northern Ireland is often associated with this, but in reality the problems there were more to do with political power and civil ri…ghts rather than religion.
he found AMERICA.
he made Genoa more famous and gave them more resources about lots of different countries and explorers that he came across in his journeys. he also gave them more land and rig…hts.
Discovered the Americas, though believed he found a direct route to Asia.
He would have been a Roman Catholic as the Reformation had not yet happened.
Genoa, Italy in the year 1451
Sal Salvador known as the present day Bahamas.
Christopher Columbus did not conquer any country. Hernando cortÃ©s conquerd the Aztecs and Francisco pizzaro conquered the incas. Christoper columbus went out to go and try …to find the America's. Instead he found the Asia. He tried to find it but didnt. So Christopher Columbus didn't conquer anyone. ð
Columbus was originally try to get to India, when he wound up in the Caribbean.
Colombia in South America
As Catholics have been around for twenty centuries (although there have only be protestant countries for five of those centuries) and they are all over the world, perhaps you …could narrow your question down to a particular century and continent.