Bartholomew Columbus, brother of Christopher Columbus, founded Santo Domingo, which is today the oldest European city founded by Europeans in the New World. In reality the city dates back to 1496, the period when the first Europeans settled there, although officially it was founded on August 5, 1498.
Largest airport in the Dominican Republic and among the largest in the Caribbean.
1959; 2 weeks as #1 on the Billboard Hot 100
A coastal state with Vitória as its major port
Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
Is a biennial world amateur team golf championship for women. Was first held in 1964
Tenor; Sacred Vocal Works by Fux, Franck, Bellini, etc; Decca, 2010
To rob one saint to give to another
"This is a .44 Magnum, the most powerful handgun in the world, and would blow your head clean off..."
Defender who started for the Brazil national team in four World Cups, winning two, in 1958 and 1962.
20th C. Brazilian and Portuguese music for flute and piano
The eruption of Santorini in Greece in 1,650 B.C. was one of the largest in the last 10 000 years. The eruption probably caused the end of the Minoan civilization on the island of Crete.
(1873-1932), Brazil. In November 1906, he flew 725 feet (220 meters) in 21 seconds. In 1909, he produced his "Demoiselle" or "Grasshopper" monoplane, the precursor to the modern light plane.
It is named after the Brazilian aviation pioneer Alberto Santos Dumont (1873-1932).
Director: George P. Cosmatos. Also starred Andrew Robinson, David Rasche and Lee Garlington
He challenged Pete Talliaferro for the IBA's light welterweight title. He won that belt September 10, 1997, with a nine-round knockout in Las Vegas. He defended the title only once, losing to Antonio Diaz by a twelve round decision on December 20 of the same year. Santos then won three of his next four bouts before challenging for the North American Boxing Federation light welterweight title. Among the three boxers he beat during that span were former world title challenger Billy Irwin and Ricky Quiles.