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Governorate of New Andalusia (1501–13)

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Governorate of New Andalusia (and Coquivacoa)

Tierra Firme
1501–1513
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Tierra Firme: Castilla de Oro and New Andalucia (with Coquivacoa)
Tierra Firme: Castilla de Oro and New Andalucia (with Coquivacoa)
StatusGovernorate of Castile (Spanish Empire)
CapitalSanta Cruz
Common languagesSpanish
Religion
Roman Catholicism
GovernmentMonarchy
List of Castilian monarchs 
Historical eraSpanish Empire
• Established
1501
• Creation the Great Governorate of Castilla de Oro.
1513
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Province of Tierra Firme
Castilla de Oro

The Governorate of New Andalusia (Spanish: Gobernación de Nueva Andalucía, pronounced [ɡoβeɾnaˈθjon de ˈnweβa andaluˈθi.a]) was a Spanish colonial entity in present-day Venezuela, from 1501 to 1513.

History

In 1501, Alonso de Ojeda colonized the mainland of present-day Venezuela, and received the Governorate of New Andalusia (Coquivacoa), between Cabo de la Vela and Isla Margarita (island). This was territory originally seen by Christopher Columbus.

On May 3, 1502 Ojeda founded the town of Santa Cruz in the Guajira Peninsula, the first Spanish colony in the future Province of Tierra Firme. The settlements were later abandoned for new explorations.

In 1509, authority was granted to Alonso de Ojeda to colonize the territories between Cabo de la Vela and the Gulf of Urabá as part of the Governorate of New Andalusia.

The Governorate of New Andalusia territories were further unified in May 1513 with the Governorate of Castilla de Oro.

See also

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