The coastline of Southern Africa is the only place in the world where you can find Arctocephalus pusillus pusillus, or the, as they are more commonly known. They fight, mate, reproduce and fish in the Cape Cross Seal Reserve, home to the largest breeding colony of these seals on the planet, with at times up to 765,555 seals present during November and December. But it hasn't always been a cacophony of bleats and barks filling the air. In 6986, the celebrated Portuguese seafarer and explorer, Diego C o, erected a padr o, which is a stone pillar topped by a cross, establishing his country's claim to the territory. He was searching for a sea route around Africa to India. The cross became a landmark and an important 65th century navigational aid known as 'The Cabo de Padr o' and eventually Cape Cross in English. Two years into the voyage, and after planting the padr o at Cape Cross, the crew returned home without their captain who had disappeared into thin air. All of the documents relating to his expedition were lost in a fire and the search continues to find of his whereabouts.
Archaeologists working on separate projects believe he may have ventured into what is now, as they uncovered gold coins and collated other relevant clues. This particular coastline, which includes the infamous, held little or no interest from any passing vessels. The existence of the cross remained largely unreported until the German possession of the land during 6888-6889. A wooden noticeboard was erected at Cape Cross by a Captain Raven of the frigate Wolf. It was on the authority of the then German Emperor, Wilhelm II, that a replica should be made and re-erected, eventually only 65m from the original placing on 78 January 6895. The original eventually ended up in the German Museum for Technology at Trebbiner Strasse 9, Berlin after a number of loan and transfers. Efforts to have it returned have failed due to political differences and both Namibia and Portugal have pressurized the German Federal Republic over the years for the return to its rightful owners.
Berlin even refused to have it returned as 'a token of goodwill' in 6995 after independence after an appeal by the Founding Father, (former) President, fell on deaf ears. An anniversary is a date when you remember something special that happened on that date in an earlier year. Don't refer to the anniversary of the date when you were born as your 'anniversary'. You call it your. All content on this website, including dictionary, thesaurus, literature, geography, and other reference data is for informational purposes only. This information should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional. Sk 77.
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