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Alexander von Humboldt: A German Second Discoverer of Cuba

Alexander von Humboldt: A German Second Discoverer of Cuba

German naturalist and researcher Alexander von Humboldt (Berlin, 1769-1859) is one of the most important scholars of the 19th century, considered Cuba’s second discoverer, founder of a modern scientific geography and one of the precursors of ecology and sustainability, in addition to his contribution to the development of several sciences.

Alexander von Humboldt’s Imprint on Cuba

Alexander von Humboldt’s Imprint on Cuba

Considered in all justice as the Second Discoverer of Cuba for his numerous and in-depth studies, Alexander Von Humboldt (Berlin, 1769-2859), one of the last universal savants, was the Father of Modern Universal Geography and the first to make science popular.