Columbus Flagship Santa Maria - Shipwreck found in Haiti

Columbus Flagship Santa Maria - Shipwreck found in Haiti

The location of the Santa Maria, Christopher Columbus' flagship for his journey to the new world, has remained a mystery since it ran aground in late 1492. Underwater explorer Barry Clifford claims he may have found the ship off the Haitian coast.

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Simon says...

C'est une bonne chose de trouver un monument comme

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Franck says...

Well, you know if Santa Maria has anything of value.

(Zorte) kreyol pale kreole komprend will put they hand on it. Lol
P.S. J'ai laisser Haiti en 1960's je ne peux pas ecrire le

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