Felipa Perestrello Moniz
- Christopher Columbus was a genocidal maniac — AND a bumbling idiot
- But it's also true that he sucked up to the leading families of Genoa until he was able to marry into the aristocracy with his betrothal to Filipa Moniz Perestrelo, a Portuguese noblewoman whose family was a bit down on their luck.
- North End Columbus Day Parade Features Italian Heritage, US Military, Pols
- The North End Bi-Annual Columbus Day Parade was held Sunday October 11, beginning at City Hall Plaza and making its way through downtown Boston and the waterfront and into the North End. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh was Grand Marshall ...
- Christopher Columbus: A Brief Biography
- In 1476, he traveled to Portugal, where he set up a mapmaking business with his brother, Bartholomew. In 1479, he married Felipa Perestrello Moniz, the daughter of the governor of a Portguese island. Their only child, Diego, was born in 1480.
- Goodbye, Columbus: Celebrated cultural icon is not the hero he appears to be
- His capacity for social climbing had already begun to show itself in earnest when he married Filipa Moniz Perestrelo, the daughter of the governor of the Portuguese island of Porto Santo. He later abandoned her. She died in 1485.
- Hold aktiv ferie på ukendt vulkanø i Atlanterhavet
- Det blev en af Henrik Søfarerens trofaste kaptajner, Bartolomeu Perestrelo, som etablerede kolonien, hvor der blev satset på vindyrkning og produktion af sukkerrør.
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