What did Spain explore during the Age of Exploration and Discovery?
During the Age of Exploration Spain explored theCaribbean, South America and Central America.
Most Spanish exploration took place in the Americas.
Spain explored the entire world but concentrated mainly on Central and South America.
King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain aided him in funding his exploration
Amerigo Vespucci sailed for both Portugal and Spain. His dates of exploration was 1499-1504.
He mostly explored for England but did a little bit of exploration for Spain at the time.
What two kingdoms began to explore the oceans in the age of the discovery and what were they looking for?
Portugal and Spain began to explore the oceans in the Age of Discovery. They were looking for trade routes to Asia (the East Indies) to be better able to trade for gold, silver, and spices.
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How did exploration of americas benefit spain?
There were multiple most powerful countries in Europe during the Golden Age of Exploration. They included Spain, France, and England.
The Great Age of Exploration also known as the age of discovery took place from 1400s to 1500s. Just so you know Spain and Portugal were the main countries to spark off this era.
why did spain explore the califorina coast
Spain, followed by the Portuguese and Dutch.
In the Ages of Exploration, other European countries envied Spain because Spain had an advantage of exploring Africa (had lots of resources) because it was so close to it (Iberian Peninsula) Also Spain was one of the firsts to explore (Portugal was the first)
Spain and Portugal began to sail the world in exploration the 15th century.
Portugal, like other major European nations of the Era of Discovery, wanted to explore to find unclaimed territory. These unclaimed territories, sometimes inhabited by natives, contained rich sources of untapped resources, and even some exotic resources that are valuable in trade. Portugal, France, Spain, England, Russia, Germany, Holland, and Turkey (At this time called the Ottoman Empire), were all major exploration nations during the Era of Discovery. and the turks captured constantinopole so the relationship… Read More
Though he was from Italy, Italy didn't want or need any exploration. In his career he sailed for both Portugal and Spain in 1499, 1501, and 1512.
Queen Isabella (wife of King Ferdinand).
He didn't explore Spain. as it was already known as a country.
Spain was the dominant nation in the early exploration of the Americas. Columbus first arrived in the Caribbean in 1492.
It started in the 1600's with Portugal and Spain as the leaders of exploration
Columbus did not explore Spain. He and his son moved there from Italy in order to obtain a grant to explore western trade routes.
(Depends what time) During the age of exploration it was Spain, Portugal, England, and France
His voyage during which he discovered America was sponsored and financed by Queen Isabella of Spain.
Spain paid for exploration.
the catholic monarchs of Spain
It conquered and eventually began to colonize Mexico in 1521, during the Age of Discovery. After being a colony of Spain for 300 years, Mexico declared (1810) and won its independence from Spain in 1821.
Yes, Columbus was directed by the Queen of Spain to explore. The Santa Maria, Pinta, and the Nina were the Queen's ships.
Spain and Portugal held the largest territories in the Americas during the Age of Exploration.
welll marco polo explored in spain
Spain was the first to explore
It forced Spain to Abandon the Eastern route around Africa to get To the East, and opt for the risky proposal of Columbus to try and get to the East by going West. This resulted in the discovery of the Americas, which not only provided Spain with gold and silver from conquest of indigenous peoples, but set up Spain as one of the largest colonial Empire.
It gave Spain an advantage in exploration and colonization. It gave Spain an advantage in exploration and colonization
For glory and money.
Well, um, they didn't. Spain is a country right next to Portugal. Here's a handy map: http://worldatlas.com/webimage/countrys/europe/iberian.gif As you can see, Spain has no more reason to explore Portugal than Americans have to explore Canada.
they explore things for Spain
No, he did not, he explored for England.
cuz he wanted to
Spain wanted to explore the world in order to expand its territory and for economic gain. It was in direct competition with Portugal which was already commissioning expeditions.
If you mean what European power first explored and settled Mexico during the Age of Exploration, Spain qualifies as such.
Spain was the first country to explore the coast of Florida.
They share the same island once called Hispanola or little Spain by Christopher Columbus who claimed it for Spain during his second voyage of exploration. The history of the America's started there.
Nobody Explored Spain, the Paleolithic man came from Africa
Columbus left Spain on his first voyage of discovery.
Spain dominated the exploration of the new world
Helen Nader has written: 'Rights of Discovery' 'Power and Gender in Renaissance Spain' 'Rethinking the world' -- subject(s): Cartography, Discovery and exploration, Early accounts to 1600, Early works to 1800, Exhibitions, Lilly Library (Indiana University, Bloomington), Navigation, Sources
The king and queen of Spain