Resultado de imagem para gravuras dos descobrimentos portugueses

Resultado de imagem para gravuras dos descobrimentos portugueses

A replica of the Portuguese ship, the Flor de la Mar is housed in the Maritime Museum in Malacca. Afonso de Albuquerque was returning from the conquest of Malacca, bringing with him a large treasure trove for his king, when the ship was lost off the coast of Sumatra in 1511.

A replica of the Portuguese ship, the Flor de la Mar is housed in the Maritime…

First contact of Portuguese navigators with the Khoisan people - Southwest Africa 15th century

First contact of Portuguese navigators with the Khoisan people - Southwest Africa century

Portrait Of Bartolomeu Dias Portuguese Navigator

Portrait Of Bartolomeu Dias Portuguese Navigator Fine art

Portuguese Nau

Portuguese Nau

Nave Esmeralda-del tipo que llevara Vasco de gama en sus expediciones.barco portugués de la flota de Vasco da Gama descubierto en Omán.

Nave Esmeralda-del tipo que llevara Vasco de gama en sus expediciones.barco portugués de la flota de Vasco da Gama descubierto en Omán.

Marinha de Guerra Portuguesa: Ribeira das Naus - XVI - XVIII

Marinha de Guerra Portuguesa: Ribeira das Naus - XVI - XVIII

Depiction of the 1st Portuguese India Armada (1497 fleet led by Vasco da Gama) from the Livro das Armadas (Academia de Ciencias de Lisboa) ~ ca1568

Depiction of the Portuguese India Armada fleet led by Vasco da Gama) from the Livro das Armadas (Academia de Ciencias de Lisboa) ~

A frota comandada por Pedro Álvares Cabral, o navegador que descobriu o Brasil em 1500. - circa 1568 (Publicado no livro Livro das Armadas no século 16) Durante milhares e milhares de anos jaz incógnito e anônimo o gigantesco território brasileiro com suas florestas verde-escuras e sussurrantes, suas montanhas e seus rios e seu mar ritmicamente sonoro. A tardinha de 22 de abril de 1500, de repente aparecem no horizonte algumas velas brancas; caravelas bojudas e pesadas, com a vermelha cruz…

Discovery--Pedro Alvares Cabral exploration in 1500 . The adventure of Pedro Alvares Cabral (Portugal)begins on the and of March of 13 ships, 10 great war vessels, and 3 little caravels sail on the harbor of Lisbon, going to East Indies.

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