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  • You'll Be Amazed by these Surreal Things to Wash Up on ...

    Just off the coast of Fort Pierce, the scavenging family found $300,000 of 300-year-old Spanish gold chains and coins. 5. The Ashes of a Travel-loving Man. Image Source. Image Source. Above: Last year, Judi Glunz Sidney was picking up litter from Key Colony Beach, when she came across a plastic bottle with money and a note inside. She soon ...

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  • 6 Legendary Lost Treasures That Are Still Up for Grabs ...

    The commanding officer had the stunningly stupid idea of waiting until hurricane season before setting sail for Spain, with the results you can see above. Seven days and thousands of dead sailors later, the fleet had been sunk. To this day, golden goblets and silver plates wash up on Treasure Coast beaches, most of which probably end up being deep fried by retirees with poor eyesight.

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  • 1715 Treasure Fleet - Wikipedia

    The 1715 Treasure Fleet was a Spanish treasure fleet returning from the New World to Spain.At two in the morning on Wednesday, July 31, 1715, seven days after departing from Havana, Cuba, under the command of Juan Esteban de Ubilla, eleven of the twelve ships of this fleet were lost in a hurricane near present-day Vero Beach, Florida.Because the fleet was carrying silver, it is also known as ...

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  • Beach Fishing Tips - YouTube

    Aug 04, 2014· Beach fishing is a great way to spend a few hours, especially on a nice day, Bretto explains a few basic tips to help you get the most from your time beach fishing.

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  • Wait, Spanish Treasure Scattered on the Beach for the ...

    May 30, 2015· On July 24, 1715, a fleet of eleven Spanish Galleons heavy with treasure set sail from Havana to Spain. All of the Spanish vessels were driven onto the Florida coast by a hurricane between the St. Lucie and Sebastian Inlets sinking near present day Sebastian. Seven hundred lives and millions of dollars of gold, silver coins and jewelry were strewn along the east-central coast of Florida.

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  • Gold washing on the beach in Chile (spanish)

    May 18, 2009· Author Topic: Gold washing on the beach in Chile (spanish) (Read 6263 times) 0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic. Vagadero. PPT Invited; Posts: 413; Kudos: 3; Gold washing on the beach in Chile (spanish) « on: May 16, 2009, 01:22:10 PM ...

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  • Wait, Spanish Treasure Scattered on the Beach for the ...

    May 30, 2015· On July 24, 1715, a fleet of eleven Spanish Galleons heavy with treasure set sail from Havana to Spain. All of the Spanish vessels were driven onto the Florida coast by a hurricane between the St. Lucie and Sebastian Inlets sinking near present day Sebastian. Seven hundred lives and millions of dollars of gold…

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  • The 11 Most Beautiful Spain Resorts

    Known for the beautiful, brightly colored casas colgadas (hanging houses) that dot the steep hills winding up from its natural harbor, Cudillero is one of the most photographed coastal towns in northern Spain's Asturias region. A walk through Cudillero's pretty, winding streets brings visitors to landmarks such as the 13th-century Romanesque church Capilla del Humilladero, while Cudillero ...

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  • The Lost Treasures of Padre Island Texas

    Embarking on a Texas beach getaway for the weekend has long been a Texas tradition regardless what part of the state you call home. Literally thousands of Texans flock to the white sandy beaches of Padre Island every year - sometimes multiple times per year - to pitch their tents, set up their RVs or to simply sleep on the beach in order to get their periodic fix of sun, surf and sand.

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  • WHAT FLORIDA BEACHES FIND THE MOST SPANISH TREASURE …

    Feb 21, 2011· what florida beaches find the most spanish treasure like gold and silver coins washed up on their beaches.? after the hurricanes of the seventeenth century many people have found spanish gold and silver coins washed up on the florida beaches like around vero beach and melbourne. what beaches in particular have found the most of these items?

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  • Spanish Treasure on the Outer Banks

    Spanish records document that there were sixteen chests of silver and four chests of gold valued at the time at 240,000 pesos. The gold alone would be worth many millions today. Nuestra Señora de Soledad was reported to be carrying a cargo worth 32,000 pesos which included five chests in silver which was salvaged by Don Joseph Respaldiza ...

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  • I HATE SPAIN! Shocking Truths About Living in Spain & Why ...

    Spanish are nice though, if you can speak some Spanish it does make a difference, but everything is such hard work, everything is done the slowest, longest, way possible, costing time and money, no wonder it is in a state, not saying other countries are any better, I can't say, but what Nick, Linda and Rachel put is so spot on!

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  • A Guide to Metal-Detecting in Florida: The Thrill of the Hunt

    On the beaches, ordinances prohibit digging and removal of objects, which rules out metal-detecting. However, Parks and Recreation say they generally overlook metal-detecting on the beach as long as the operator is practicing good etiquette. Beaches of Fort Myers and Sanibel | 239-338-3500 Metal-detecting is permitted on Lee County beaches.

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  • Gold panning on the beach? - Friendly Metal Detecting Forums

    Feb 27, 2015· Yes, there is gold on the beaches of socal. But not in any amount worth panning. Socal mountains have no shortage of gold in them and over millions of years of erosion gold has washed down to the beaches. One of the first big gold rushes in CA was at Placerita canyon north of LA in 1842. Spanish and Mexican mines operated before the area became ...

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