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American Andalusia Routes
The port of Sanlúcar, from where the first galleons headed west; Rábida Monastery, where Columbus considered his voyage; the Seville Archives, which conserve letters of navigation and world maps of the great explorers, are places that imposed a planetary vision of the world on mankind.
The erratic life of Christopher Columbus, in search of patrons for his mad scheme, brought him to visit a diversity of buildings in Andalusia. In some cases, this relationship was passing, involving a quick visit and an audience, while in other cases he found shelter, friends who acted as protectors and aid.
Subsequently, many places in Andalusia were involved in the events arising from the Discovery of America in 1492, through their association with the sea and trade with America. Other places (churches, convents and the mansions and country estates of people who made their fortune in America) are representative of the exchange established, with the influence of American being felt in various ways all over Andalusia.