Graciosa, Canary Islands, Spain
Ilhéu da Cal, Porto Santo, Portugal
Mare Tenebrosum and the bound of the known world for centuries its mysteries began to fade with the fifteenth century European voyages of discovery and conquest. Mysterious islands and mythical lands began to be incorporated into the sea charts although even in the nineteenth century expeditions were still send in the finding of the fantastic island of St. Brandan, which, for a long time it was believed the eighth of the Canary Islands. Very much earlier, in the North, Norwegian and Icelandic sagas collected the testimony of those who sailed along the cold down to settle in Newfoundland long before came news of the New World.
Lerwick, Shetland Islands, UK
Costa da Morte, Galicia, Spain