Who Traveled Around The World : Who Really Was First to Travel Around the World?

Who Traveled Around The World Video

Who Traveled Around The World

Who Really Was First to Travel Around the World?

Who Really Was First to Travel Around the World?

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There’s no doubt that Ferdinand Magellan (Fernão de Magalhães) intended to have a successful journey when his expedition set off from Spain on September 20, 1519. He had planned for the departure meticulously, hoping to prove that people could sail all the way around the world, and to be the first to do it. His ambition was spurred on by the adventures of previous explorers, such as Christopher Columbus and Vasco Nunez de Balboa, the man who marched across the Panamanian isthmus to the Pacific Ocean. There was little doubt in Magellan’s mind that it could be done.

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The Slave Who Circumnavigated The World

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  1. After the death of Magellan,Juan Sebastián Elcano took command of the first crew to go around the world..The difficult mission departed from Seville (August 10-1519) and ended almost three years later in the Cadiz port of Sanlucar de Barrameda (September6,1522)..Less than twenty men managed to finish it..

  2. The first to go around the world was Juan Sebastián Elcano,at least the first to complete the journey..Some sources attribute the honor to Fernando de Magallanes,first commander of the expedition,but the Portuguese navigator died in the Philippines in 1521, unable to finish the trip..

  3. Malay called their homeland tanah air ,air =water = laut=sea ,they are sea people and sea gypsy who called the sea as homeland

  4. Fernando de Magallanes, yes Fernando written in castillian, since he adopted the Spanish citizenship because he was insulted and hated by the king of Portugal, was the first man to propose the circumnavigation, the King of Spain accepted to pay the adventurous journey and presented Sebastian Elcano as second man in command. Magallanes died in the Philippines. So Elcano took the command, he arrived to Spain the 10th of August of 1522. This means Sebastian Elcano was the first man to achieve a circumnavigation along the rest of the surviving crew. The second time was also an Spanish achievement. Everything else is just bullshit from idiots who try to discredit it with dumbass ideas that have absolutely no historical basis.

  5. Elcano was the captain so he has the honor to be the first man! Magelhaes was killed in Cebu!
    otherwise there were 18 persons who get to Spain. So bullshit that video!

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