Who sailed from Europe then back to Europe?
Many explorers have done it, most famously Christopher Columbus. Many ordinary sailors have done it too, so it would be impossible to list all the people who have done it.
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He sailed west because he wanted to find Asia and spread the Catholic belief.
When Columbus first left Europe, he sailed to the southwest. Hisfirst stop on most of his journeys was the Canary Islands. Columbusmade four journeys to the New World from Eur…ope.
He wanted to discover a new world and prove that if you kept going in a straight line, you wouldnt fall off the earth.
Yes. He visited Norway.
Yes, but there are many bridges, so it is easier to remove your masts and motor along on your trip.
Yes, from Northern Europe.
That explorer was Bartolomeu Dias . He sailed from Portugal to the tip of Africa which King Joa`named the Cape of Good Hope. I hope that I helped you ~ Oliviabbie
FYI, he went in search for gold and silver because he promised the king he would come back with rare and valuable items.
ocean route to Asia
You don't. Oz is a fictional place from the "Wizard of Oz".
because he believed the world was round and thought if it was true then it would be a shorter route then going east
History says a new passage to the orient. But some believe Cloumbus's father was a Free Mason, and they knew of the "New World" and had been there. So Columbus's father told h…is son of this land. Columbus just claimed it for the queen. A shipping route to the east indies. Instead he found the Americas,but believed he had landed in the east indies for his entire life.
Columbus was a Jew and was expelled from Spain along with the rest of the Jews during the Spanish Inquisition of 1492.
Sailing from Europe to South America, the most practical route would be across the Atlantic Ocean.
What was formed by ships that sailed from Europe to Africa from Africa to the Americas and from the Americas back to Europe?
triangular trade route