Category:Niña (ship, 1491)
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Español: la Carabela Niña. Esta es uno de las tres famosos barcos que participaron en el descubrimiento de America en 1492.
English: La Niña (Spanish for The Girl) was one of the three ships used by Christopher Columbus in his first voyage towards the Indies in 1492. The real name of the Niña was Santa Clara. The name Niña was probably a pun on the name of her owner, Juan Niño of Moguer. She was a standard caravel-type vessel.
|1893||?||Built by the Spanish government for the Columbian Naval Review of 1893||Category:Niña (ship, 19th century)|
|1990||?||Built by Spain for the 500th anniversary. Located in Corpus Christi, Texas, since 1993||Category:Niña (ship, 1990)|||
|1991||in Bahia, Brazil||Built for the Columbus Foundation, by John Patrick Sarsfield, Jonathan Morton Nance. Navigates.||Category:Niña (ship, 1991)|||
|1992||in Isla Cristina, Spain||On display at the Wharf of the Caravels in Palos de la Frontera, Huelva, Andalusia, Spain.||Category:Niña (ship, 1992, Isla Cristina)|
|?||?||Located in El Puerto de Santa María, Andalusia, Spain|
|2015||-||Model built by Leopoldo Gorostiza under study "Men and Ships of Discovery" .||Category:Niña (ship model, 2015)|
This category has only the following subcategory.
- ► Replicas of Niña (ship, 1491) (5 C, 5 F)
Media in category "Niña (ship, 1491)"
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