Lepanto.pdf

Lepanto

Alessandro Barbero

El 7 de octubre de 1571 las galeras cristianas se enfrentan a la armada otomana en una batalla ciclópea que concluye con una aplastante victoria sobre el contingente turco. Serán los españoles quienes controlen el Mediterráneo. Con gran pericia narrativa el gran historiador italiano Alessandro Barbero organiza el libro como si fuese un thriller.

04-may-2018 - Explora el tablero de fernndez4984 "Lepanto" en Pinterest. Ver más ideas sobre Batalla de lepanto, Tercios españoles, Historia de españa. La batalla de Lepanto tuvo lugar el 7 de octubre de 1571 en el golfo de Lepanto (Patrás) , frente a la ciudad de Naupacto (Lepanto), situado en el Peloponeso ,Grecia. Se enfrentaron los turcos del Imperio Otomanos contra una coalición cristiana, llamada Liga Santa. -la más alta ocasión que vieron los siglos pasados, los presentes, ni esperan ver los venideros- Miguel de Cervantes y Saavedra

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