The Golden Hinde
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Exhibited at the European Parliament, May 2011
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Drake’s voyage between 1577 and 1580 made his reputation and a fortune.
The Golden Hinde voyage remains one of the most extraordinary adventures of all time combining many of the ingredients of a bestselling story.
Francis Drake was a Devon man who captained the “Golden Hinde” (pronounced – ‘hiynId’) (or Golden Hind), an English “Race Galleon” type of ship out of Plymouth, England to become the first Captain and the First English captain to circumnavigation the globe.
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By Gordon Frickers 20 x 25 cms (8″ x 10″), Oils, stolen by Marie Sportouch, last heard of in Rotterdam…
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