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"Nunez: A Journey Through Time and Achievements" Step into the world of Nunez, a name that echoes through history with remarkable individuals and significant events

Background imageNunez Collection: Vasco Nunez De Balboa

Vasco Nunez De Balboa
VASCO NUNEZ DE BALBOA Spanish explorer Explored Colombian coast and discovered Pacific Ocean 1513

Background imageNunez Collection: The new world, the discovery of the Americas: Nunez De Balboa retreat forced to jump into

The new world, the discovery of the Americas: Nunez De Balboa retreat forced to jump into the ocean. 1519
5313671 The new world, the discovery of the Americas: Nunez De Balboa retreat forced to jump into the ocean. 1519.; SeM Studio/UIG

Background imageNunez Collection: Vasco Nunez de Balboa (1475-1519)

Vasco Nunez de Balboa (1475-1519)
3499691 Vasco Nunez de Balboa (1475-1519); (add.info.: Vasco Nunez de Balboa (1475-1519). Spanish conquerer. Discoverer the Pacific Ocean or South Sea on 25 September of 1513

Background imageNunez Collection: Nuno Rasura aka Nuno Nunez Rasura, after an etching in Retratos de Los Espanoles Ilustres, Madrid

Nuno Rasura aka Nuno Nunez Rasura, after an etching in Retratos de Los Espanoles Ilustres, Madrid, Spain, pub. 1791
3473306 Nuno Rasura aka Nuno Nunez Rasura, after an etching in Retratos de Los Espanoles Ilustres, Madrid, Spain, pub. 1791; (add.info.: Nuno Rasura aka Nuno Nunez Rasura, c.789 - c.862)

Background imageNunez Collection: Hernan Nunez de Toledo y Guzman, aka el Comendador Griego, el Pinciano or Fredenandus Nunius

Hernan Nunez de Toledo y Guzman, aka el Comendador Griego, el Pinciano or Fredenandus Nunius Pincianus
3473258 Hernan Nunez de Toledo y Guzman, aka el Comendador Griego, el Pinciano or Fredenandus Nunius Pincianus, After an etching in Retratos de Los Espanoles Ilustres, Madrid, Spain, pub

Background imageNunez Collection: The new world, the discovery of the Americas: Nunez De Balboa on the banks of the Pacific Ocean

The new world, the discovery of the Americas: Nunez De Balboa on the banks of the Pacific Ocean
5313668 The new world, the discovery of the Americas: Nunez De Balboa on the banks of the Pacific Ocean.; SeM Studio/UIG

Background imageNunez Collection: Fernando Nunez de Guzman (ca. 1480-1553). Spanish rhetorical

Fernando Nunez de Guzman (ca. 1480-1553). Spanish rhetorical, called Nunius Pincianus or Pinciano, and Greek Coomander. Professor of Greek at the University of Alcala. Portrait, detail

Background imageNunez Collection: Jose Maria Nunez Piossek

Jose Maria Nunez Piossek Argentina & Bayonne England V Argentina Twickenham, London, England 11 November 2006 Date: 11 November 2006

Background imageNunez Collection: Balboa attacked by the Dabaibe Indigenous people

Balboa attacked by the Dabaibe Indigenous people
Vasco Nunez de Balboa and his men fight with the indigenous people that lived in the Dabaibe region of what is now Columbia

Background imageNunez Collection: Balboa discovers the Pacific

Balboa discovers the Pacific
Vasco Nunez de Balboa stands in the water holding a flag, pointing his sword up, claiming the land and ocean in the name of the King and Queen of Castile. Date: 1513

Background imageNunez Collection: Balboas First Sight Of The Pacific, 1513. Vasco Nunez De Balboa, 1475-1519

Balboas First Sight Of The Pacific, 1513. Vasco Nunez De Balboa, 1475-1519. Spanish Conquistador And Explorer

Background imageNunez Collection: Landing stage at Rio Nunez (Nunez River) in Bok鬠Guinea

Landing stage at Rio Nunez (Nunez River) in Bok鬠Guinea
Landing stage at Rio Nunez (Nunez River) in Bok鬠 Guinea (then French Guinea). Date: circa 1920

Background imageNunez Collection: Rafael Nunez (1825-1894). Colombian politician

Rafael Nunez (1825-1894). Colombian politician
Rafael Nunez (1825-1894). Colombian author, lawyer, journalist and politician. Elected President of Colombia in 1880 and in 1884. Engraving by Carretero. Colored

Background imageNunez Collection: CABEZA de VACA EXPEDITION. Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca and his men during their eight-year trek

CABEZA de VACA EXPEDITION. Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca and his men during their eight-year trek between the Gulf of Mexico and Mexico City, 1528-36. Illustration by Alfred Russell

Background imageNunez Collection: CABEZA de VACA (1490?-?1557) in the desert. Painting, 1906, by Frederic Remington

CABEZA de VACA (1490?-?1557) in the desert. Painting, 1906, by Frederic Remington

Background imageNunez Collection: Gaspar Nunez de Arce (1834-1903), Spanish writer

Gaspar Nunez de Arce (1834-1903), Spanish writer

Background imageNunez Collection: Vasco Nunez takes possession of the South Sea, engraving from 1726, Vasco Nunez de Balboa

Vasco Nunez takes possession of the South Sea, engraving from 1726, Vasco Nunez de Balboa, (1475-1517), Spanish conqueror

Background imageNunez Collection: Morocco War (1923 - 1926), advertisement in the magazine Nuevo Mundo of June 15

Morocco War (1923 - 1926), advertisement in the magazine Nuevo Mundo of June 15, 1923 of the new military charges: Nunez de Prado, Francisco Franco and Martinez Anido

Background imageNunez Collection: Discovery of America. Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca discovers the Florida coast

Discovery of America. Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca discovers the Florida coast and crosses the Mississippi for the first time, in 1527, engraving 1890

Background imageNunez Collection: Discovery by Vasco Nunez de Balboa of the Pacific Ocean, taking possession of it in September 1513

Discovery by Vasco Nunez de Balboa of the Pacific Ocean, taking possession of it in September 1513

Background imageNunez Collection: Emilio Nunez, (1855-1922), 1920s

Emilio Nunez, (1855-1922), 1920s
Emilio Nunez, born in Sagua La in 1855. He went to war in 1875 and revolted again in Sagua in November 1879. He was the head of the department of expeditions in 1895

Background imageNunez Collection: Gaspar Nunez de Arce (1834A?i?1903) was a Spanish poet, dra

Gaspar Nunez de Arce (1834A?i?1903) was a Spanish poet, dramatist and statesman. Color engraving

Background imageNunez Collection: Rafael Del Riego - 1

Rafael Del Riego - 1
RAFAEL DEL RIEGO y Nunez Spanish military commander in the war against Napoleon, Date: 1785 - 1823

Background imageNunez Collection: Gaspar Nunez De Arce

Gaspar Nunez De Arce
GASPAR NUNEZ DE ARCE Spanish writer Date: 1834 - 1903

Background imageNunez Collection: Rafael Nunez

Rafael Nunez
General RAFAEL NUNEZ Colombian soldier and statesman, president and subsequently acting president. Date: 1825 - 1894

Background imageNunez Collection: VASCO NUNEZ de BALBOA (1475-1519). Spanish explorer

VASCO NUNEZ de BALBOA (1475-1519). Spanish explorer. Balboa taking possession of the Pacific Ocean for Spain on September 29, 1513. Color lithograph, 19th century

Background imageNunez Collection: The Civil War in Spain: Entrance to Carthagena Harbour: the Intransigente Ironclads

The Civil War in Spain: Entrance to Carthagena Harbour: the Intransigente Ironclads Mendez Nunez and Numancia Coming Out, 1873 Engraving

Background imageNunez Collection: GOYA: COUNT, 1803. The Count of Fernan-Nunez. Oil on canvas, 1803, by Francisco Goya

GOYA: COUNT, 1803. The Count of Fernan-Nunez. Oil on canvas, 1803, by Francisco Goya

Background imageNunez Collection: GOYA: COUNTESS, 1803. The Countess of Fernan-Nunez

GOYA: COUNTESS, 1803. The Countess of Fernan-Nunez. Oil on canvas, 1803, by Francisco Goya

Background imageNunez Collection: VASCO NUNEZ de BALBOA (1475-1519). Spanish explorer

VASCO NUNEZ de BALBOA (1475-1519). Spanish explorer. Balboas first sight of the Pacific Ocean in 1513. Photogravure after a painting by Henri Felix Emmanuel Philippoteaux

Background imageNunez Collection: CABEZA DE VACA (c1490-c1557). Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca

CABEZA DE VACA (c1490-c1557). Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca. Spanish explorer. Autograph signature

Background imageNunez Collection: Vasco Nunez de Balbao (1475-1529) Spanish explorer: founded colony at Darien. First

Vasco Nunez de Balbao (1475-1529) Spanish explorer: founded colony at Darien. First European to sight the Pacific Ocean. Engraving published late 19th century

Background imageNunez Collection: The Civil War In Spain: Entrance To Carthagena Harbour: The Intransigente Ironclads Mendez Nunez

The Civil War In Spain: Entrance To Carthagena Harbour: The Intransigente Ironclads Mendez Nunez And Numancia Coming Out, 1873 Engraving

Background imageNunez Collection: CABEZA de VACA (c1490-c1557). Alvar Nu├▒ez Cabeza de Vaca. Spanish explorer

CABEZA de VACA (c1490-c1557). Alvar Nu├▒ez Cabeza de Vaca. Spanish explorer. The arrival of Cabeza de Vaca and his companions

Background imageNunez Collection: CABEZA de VACA (c1490-c1557). The arrival of Alvar Nu├▒ez Cabeza de Vaca and his companions

CABEZA de VACA (c1490-c1557). The arrival of Alvar Nu├▒ez Cabeza de Vaca and his companions, the sole survivors of Panfilo de Narvaezs 1528 Florida expedition

Background imageNunez Collection: VASCO NUNEZ de BALBOA (1475-1519). Spanish explorer. Balboa taking possession of the Pacific Ocean

VASCO NUNEZ de BALBOA (1475-1519). Spanish explorer. Balboa taking possession of the Pacific Ocean for Spain, 29 September 1513. Copper engraving, early 18th century

Background imageNunez Collection: Balboa / Exploration

Balboa / Exploration
Vasco Nunez de Balboa is attacked by natives on his way to the Cordilleras Date: 16th century

Background imageNunez Collection: BALBOA (1475 - 1517)

BALBOA (1475 - 1517)
VASCO NUNEZ DE BALBOA Spanish explorer of South America. Discovered the Pacific Ocean in 1513. Date: 1475 - 1517



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"Nunez: A Journey Through Time and Achievements" Step into the world of Nunez, a name that echoes through history with remarkable individuals and significant events. From Vasco Nunez De Balboa's daring exploration to Emilio Nunez's artistic brilliance, this caption unveils the captivating stories behind these influential figures. Vasco Nunez De Balboa, an intrepid Spanish explorer, fearlessly ventured into uncharted territories. He encountered both triumph and adversity as he faced attacks from the Dabaibe Indigenous people but ultimately discovered the vast Pacific Ocean in 1513. His engraving from 1726 immortalizes his possession of the South Sea. Fernando Nunez de Guzman, a Spanish rhetorical mastermind, left an indelible mark on literature and language. His eloquence captivated audiences and shaped discourse during his time. The landing stage at Rio Nunez (Nunez River) in Boké-Guinea stands as a testament to human curiosity and discovery beyond borders. It symbolizes our innate desire to explore new frontiers. Jose Maria Nunez Piossek embodies resilience and determination amidst conflict. In the midst of Morocco War (1923-1926), his advertisement in Nuevo Mundo magazine showcased bravery while highlighting the importance of unity during challenging times. Gaspar Nunez de Arce, a renowned Spanish writer from the 19th century, enchanted readers with his literary prowess. His words continue to inspire generations even today. Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca embarked on an extraordinary journey that led him to discover Florida's enchanting coast during America's early days of exploration. This pivotal moment forever altered history by expanding knowledge about new lands across continents. Emilio Nunez was not only an artist but also a visionary ahead of his time. With boundless creativity flowing through him, he left an everlasting impact on the art world during the 1920s.