48 miles long, and America originally wanted to build a canal in Nicaragua, not Panama. Throughout the 1800s, the United States, which wanted a canal linking the Atlantic and Pacific for economic and military reasons, considered Nicaragua a more feasible location than Panama. However, that view shifted thanks in part to the efforts of Philippe-Jean Bunau-Varilla, a French engineer who had been involved in both of France’s canal projects.
Poster is our standard 16" x 20"
Fits standard IKEA RIBBA frame
Printed on Epson UltraSmooth Fine Art Paper 325 gsm, 100% Cotton, Acid Free, Mould-made, Natural white base
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Medidas —ptimas para un marco IKEA RIBBA (40cm x 50cm)