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Answered 2011-09-13 23:51:26

Ponce de leon (Juan Ponce De Leon) sailed from Spain and sailed to Florida!

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Ponce de Leon set sail from Spain in 1521.


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Ponce de Leon mostly visited Hispaniola, Puerto Rico and Florida.


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Juan Ponce De Leon sailed to Florida, Cuba, Bahamas, Hisponiola, and Puerto Rico.


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I think that he did not because i know all about ponce de leon and it did not say anything about that!!!!!!!!Ponce De Leon sailed the Santa Maria de la Consolacion,this was not Columbus' ship the Sante Marie which was lost during Columbus' first trip to the Americas. However Ponce De Leon did sail with Columbus on his 2nd trip to the Americas, likely the Bahamas. De Leon was the first explorer to set foot in Florida.


he was Spanish sailed for Spain


so he can look for gold and be rich



West. That is why he found Florida and named it.


Juan Ponce de Leon explored Florida in 1513. However, he also sailed with Christopher Columbus in 1493.


de Leon did sail with Christopher Columbus infact they traveled in 1493.


No magellan was the first person to sail around the globe.


He left on the 12th of june in 1508


He went to find the fountain of youth




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