Cristóbal Colón Cámarillo

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Cristóbal Colón Cámarillo

Official portrait, 1390.
Official portrait, 1390.
1st Captain General of the San Carlos Islands
In office
1 June 1387 – 22 April 1392
MonarchMiguel II
Preceded byPosition established
Succeeded byPedro Gutiérrez Valdivia
Personal details
Cristóbal Carlos Colón y Cámarillo

c. 1330
Salvador, Salvador, Creeperopolis
Died22 April 1392(1392-04-22) (aged 61–62)
Cámarillo, San Carlos Islands, Creeperopolis
Cause of deathStroke
Resting placeMission San Carlos, Cámarillo, San Carlos Islands, Creeperopolis
Catalina Enríquez Anaya
(m. 1354; his death 1392)
ParentsCarlos Vicente Colón León
Ana María Cámarillo Pérez
RelativesCarlos Colón Cámarillo (brother)
Alma materSalvador Academy of the Navy
OccupationAdmiral, explorer, administrator
Known forVoyages to the San Carlos Islands
Military service
Nickname(s)The Discoverer[note 1]
Allegiance Creeperopolis
Branch/serviceCreeperopolis Creeperian Navy
Years of service1348–1388
Battles/warsOrder of the Crusaders' Cross

Cristóbal Carlos Colón y Cámarillo (c. 1330 – 22 April 1392) was a Creeperian admiral, maritime explorer, and administrator of the 14th century. He is most well-known for his command of three voyages across the Southern Ocean to land on, claim, and conquer the San Carlos Islands between 1381 and 1388. He was appointed as the Captain General (governor) of the islands by King Miguel II in 1387, formally claiming the islands for Creeperopolis.

Several land features, islands, cities, and stadiums are named after him, with the most notable being the city of Cámarillo, the largest and capital city of the San Carlos Islands. The currency of Creeperopolis, the Colón, is also named after him. He is considered to be the namesake of the most things in Creeperopolis of any non-religious or non-royal individual in Creeperian history.

Early life

Cristóbal Carlos Colón Cámarillo was born in Salvador, Salvador, Creeperopolis, around the year 1330. His father was Carlos Vicente Colón León, an officer in the navy, and his mother was Ana María Cámarillo Pérez. He was the second of five children.

Naval career

Voyages to the San Carlos Islands

First voyage

Second voyage

Third voyage

Captaincy Generalship of the San Carlos Islands

Personal life



In popular culture

Awards and decorations


See also


  1. Creeperian SpanishCreeperian: Ել Դեսծփբրիդոր; Creeperian Spanish – Iberic: El Descubridor
Political offices
New office Captain General of the
San Carlos Islands

Succeeded by
Pedro Gutiérrez Valdivia