Columbus Day | He missed the target

This Monday, every second Monday in October, is the day that the U.S. people called Columbus Day or the anniversary of Columbus's landing ship in the New World on October 12, 1492.

Christopher Columbus is wrong target. Cruises that start from Palos, Spain on August 3 , instead of to India and on to the land of spice in Southeast Asia, it led the fleet landed in the Bahamas, the U.S. two months later.

Columbus day for critics who actually saw the arrival of Columbus to the American mainland as early bad news for the native Indians, one of Columbus's direction made this seem ridiculous. "You can not be more off-course than one half of the world," criticism Russele Means, a survivor's rights Indians, who came from the Oglala Sioux tribe.

But, is it true that Columbus first set foot on the ground which is now known as superpower country of this world?

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