San Diego Map Tourist Attractions and Country Region
History for San Diego Map Tourist Attractions
Ryan L. Ruckel Military and Diplomatic Affairs 1453 The Turks capture Constantinople, destroying the last vestiges of the Byzantine Empire. San Diego Map Tourist Attractions The loss of that city will leave Eastern Europe and much of the Mediterranean vulnerable to Turkish attack.
The Hundred Years’ War, fought principally between England and France, finally comes to an end. The war has ravaged the French countryside as the warring armies preferred to stage large-scale raids into enemy territory rather than fight pitched battles. 1469 King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella marry, joining the Crowns of Castile and Aragon. 1492 Catholic forces capture Granada, the last Muslim stronghold in Spain. This ends the Reconquista, the 700-year-long struggle to evict Muslims from the Iberian Peninsula. Christopher Columbus discovers the Countrys.