“… there are … utopias that occupy a precise and real place, a place that can be located on a map.”

…Leaving the pass in their wake, the three ships entered what they knew as the South Sea. They imagined they were sailing toward India, near the Moluccas, unaware that they were crossing the largest ocean on earth. Europeans had never crossed this ocean before, and their maps were of no use to them there…



Presented by Romano Pisciotti

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