First Euro Town in New World, La Isabela

Christopher Columbus a European in the New World, founded a town called La Isabela, a settlement established on the West Indian island of Hispaniola on January 2nd 1494, during his second voyage. The town of La Isabela, in the modern Dominican Republic, is now a ruin.

Date:
      January 2nd 1494
Name(s):
      Christopher Columbus
Occupation:
      Captain, Explorer
Location:
      Dominican Republic


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