A ballast pile under the water off Haiti’s northern coast is examined by a team from UNESCO, which recently investigated the wreck that was discovered by U.S. explorer Barry Clifford. Clifford is certain the remains are that of Christopher Columbus’s Santa Maria flagship.
A ballast pile under the water off Haiti’s northern coast is examined by a team from UNESCO, which recently investigated the wreck that was discovered by U.S. explorer Barry Clifford. Clifford is certain the remains are that of Christopher Columbus’s Santa Maria flagship. COURTESY OF UNESCO
A ballast pile under the water off Haiti’s northern coast is examined by a team from UNESCO, which recently investigated the wreck that was discovered by U.S. explorer Barry Clifford. Clifford is certain the remains are that of Christopher Columbus’s Santa Maria flagship. COURTESY OF UNESCO

Possible Columbus shipwreck off Haitian coast under scrutiny

September 19, 2014 08:36 PM

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