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Accés a la base de dades IMO-VEGA

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Web de cultura naval. Webmaster: Fernando M. Cadenas

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Tauler de Pinterest elaborat per un grup de biblioteques escolars d'Albacete.

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This online exhibition is based on an exhibition of nautical materials at Indiana University's Lilly Library. It attempts to offer a small sampling of the wide variety of books and manuscripts dealing with ships and the sea during a time before steam-powered vessels. National boundaries and personal fortunes alike depended on wooden ships propelled by wind and canvas sails; the voyages themselves were often fraught with danger and physical difficulty. It is no surprise, then, that a vast body of nautical literature was produced during the period, from practical treatises aimed at improving ships' performance to imaginative stories of the mystery and danger of the open sea.

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