On September 19th 18 New Zealand became the first country to give the women the right to vote in the

election.

On September 30th 1452 Johannes Gutenberg printed the first book - The Bible.

On September 23rd 1913 Frenchman Roland Harros was the first to fly over the Mediterranean Sea.
On September 20th 1519 Ferdinand Magellan started the first voyage around the world.

On September 12th 1492 Christopher Columbus discovered America.

On September 8th 1907 the first Russian motor race Mykolaiv – Odessa took place.

On September 16th 1620 “Mayflower” transported English Pilgrims from Plymouth, England to The New World. There were 102 passengers and a crew of 25–30 people. The voyage lasted for three months.

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