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English: Guanahani — the name the native Taíno peoples used for the island — that Christopher Columbus renamed San Salvador when he arrived at the Americas in 1492.
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24° 03′ 00″ N, 74° 30′ 00″ W
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Columbus sighted and visited an island on 12 October 1492, this may be the first one he reached in the Americas.