Seville, Spain

We are filming in Seville, which happens to maybe, probably be the burial place of at least most, if not all, of Christopher Columbus.

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He was originally buried in the Americas, as was his wish, but when Spain ceded portions of Dominica to France, they didn't want to risk losing his remains to a foreign power, so they shipped him around from place to place until he finally settled here.

Today, the Dominican Republic claims he's actually still buried in a lighthouse over there, but science assures us that at least some of him is in that box — for whatever that's worth.

5 Responses to Seville, Spain

  1. ryan

    the ramains of columbus are in dominican republic. but spain hide the truth for economics reasons.if they accept to tell the truth,less people will visit this cathedral

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