SEVILLA: This monument, originally designated for Cuba, where Columbus was originally buried, was relocated to Seville when the island broke away from Spain. It was created by Arturo MŽlida, and depicts representatives of the four Spanish kingdoms united by Ferdinand: LŽon, Castile, Arag—n and Navarra. A rival tomb exists in Santo Domingo, but DNA testing has confirmed that the remains in Seville are probably authentic, since they relate closely to samples from the remains of his brother. The remains in Santo Domingo have not been tested, but may conceivably also consist of parts of his body.