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Monumento a la Fe Descubridora, Huelva
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Feo, con un Colón representado de manera muy diferente a como estamos acostumbrados y mirando hacia el norte en vez de hacia el oeste. Demasiado fuera de los parámetros para mi gustoUgly, with a Colon represented very differently to as we are accustomed and looking towards the North instead of West. Too much outside the parameters for my tasteshow original
Lamentablemente es el deterioro y me toco verlo así quizás la próxima tenga mas suerte! Solo se puede entrar pero esta restringido muchos de los accesosUnfortunately it is deteriorating and I play to see it so perhaps next have more luck! You can only enter this restricted many of the accessshow original
Pas facile de transposer en français la traduction exacte de ce monument car elle est sujette à caution et peut tout aussi bien signifier selon les versions « Le monument à la foi du découvreur » que ... read more »Not easy to transpose the exact translation of this monument in french because it is questionable and may as well mean 'The monument to the faith of the discoverer' depending on the version that "the monument of recovered faith '... In short, what is certain is that it is dedicated to Christophe Colomb (who needs no introduction) who is Huelva's Joan of Arc at Domremy the maid: the hero intergenerational National who went to this little corner of Spain to discover the Americas and with the blood of his descendants still flows in the veins of all Andalusians (or almost) with unparalleled pride. However, contrary to what one might believe, this work of art in 1929 does not represent the statue of the famous browser, but according to its creator, it symbolizes a lambda sailor, staring to the West; in memory of all of those, Oh! How many, who left happy for distant races and who in this bleak horizon faded away (thanks Victor). Objectively, it don't break bricks this monument of 37 meters high, and even if it represents a job, Miss Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, its sculptor, can't ankle Camille Claudel and Auguste Rodin (to stay little or less in the same generations of artist from the beginning of the 20th). Fortunately for her, saw that it was a billionaire American armored gold coins (one of the heirs of the famous line "Vanderbilt"), she had not only grain of the stone of Huelva and Niebla (composing) to survive until the new season. There this "Monumento" remains one of 'must-see' history of the city, of course, a little out of the Center, and even if the plants that invade the neighborhood have unfortunately replaced the natural Beach which originally comprised the scenery, in the dark, the place remains always romantic and summer evenings can still come across couples of lovers of all ages who picnic by the water or walking around the stele... even if you feel like it, but rather should not be tempted by a midnight bath that could be highly charged hydrocarbons, knowing!show original
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