THE ERA OF THE MOORS, IN EUROPE
The statue of Moorish king Kasper, with the coat of arms of Avenches of himself, was erected in Schaffhausen, Switzerland, in 1520 CE.
The moors were a group of black-skinned people of Africa that were part of European societies, mostly from the 7th century CE but most historical findings indicated that their presence in Europe might have being before the common era.
There were dozens of Moorish delegates in the continental united States… The first Congress led by George Washington in the 17th century CE in America. These moors were later cast with enslaved Africans in most of American territories in an effort to take their lands after the first continental Congress.
The Moors in Europe were sacked out of the Iberian peninsula and their castles taken. The last Moor to have been sacked out of Granada and the surrounding towns happened on january 2, 1492 CE.