Christopher Columbus

Mexico consummates its rejection of Columbus by replacing his statue with that of a pre-Hispanic indigenous woman

The authorities of Mexico City, capital of the Latin American country, announced the removal of the monument dedicated to the discoverer Christopher Columbus on the Paseo de la Reforma. The statue in question was removed in 2020 for maintenance work but, finally, it will never return to its original place as it will be replaced by another statue: a replica of a recently discovered pre-Hispanic one that was baptized as 'La Joven de Amajac'.

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The best phrases and reflections of Christopher Columbus

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Colombia removes the monuments to Christopher Columbus and Isabel la Católica that the indigenous people tried to demolish

The Colombian Ministry of Culture has removed the monuments to Christopher Columbus and Isabel la Católica from the capital, Bogotá.

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