Nadia: Secret Of Blue Water

Alt titles: Fushigi no Umi no Nadia

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Secret of Cerulean Sand

Secret of Cerulean Sand

Having lost her mother at birth, Jane Buxton grows up with her brother George the dreamer and her moody step-brother William. George sets off to seek a legendary 'floating liquid' that he hopes can revolutionize transportation and bring about human flight, but word soon returns of his tragic death. Convinced that her brother is still alive, Jane courageously sets off to find him, and encounters a world of adventure.

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Funkgun Funkgun says...

Nadia and Secret of Cerulean Sand, are both family friendly adventures set in the past.

They also both have a set of young main protagonists, that are part of a larger team set up on a mission.

The similar themes do not stop there.   The two shows have amazing machines that stretch the possibility of inventions far beyond thier years, but use materials that would have been readily available.  Wood/Rivets/steam engines.

Galilei Donna

Galilei Donna

Galilei Donna follows the three Ferrari sisters who are descendents of the astronomer, Galileo Galilei. The year is 2061 and the world is in the grips of another ice age. With a mysterious organization hunting them down and searching for the “Galilei Donna”, the three sisters must work together to fight against the organization and discover their true destinies.

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kodr kodr says...

The adventure of a group of people, searching for the mystery around a treasure left by Galileo. The dynamic between the characters and the different enemies reminded me of Nadia, with also crazy inventions.

The Mysterious Cities of Gold

The Mysterious Cities of Gold

In the sixteenth century, Esteban is a Spanish orphan who travels the seas with Mendoza - the man who saved him from dying in the midst of a storm, when Esteban was just a child. With Esteban in tow, Mendoza has set forth to the new world in search of the Mysterious Cities of Gold and riches beyond his wildest dreams - but all Esteban really wants is to search for the location of his father. The duo is also joined by the Incan girl Zia, as only she can translate the writings that will help lead them to the treasure. Mendoza, while seemingly caring, has ambiguous motives; though the intentions of Commander Gomez and Captain Gaspard are clear: find all of the gold that they can, and step on anyone that gets in their way...

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AnnaSartin AnnaSartin says...

Two stories of resourceful children traveling the ancient world. A couragous boy in search of his missing father meets a kind foreign girl with a mysterious pendant who has been seperated from her clan.  The two series have this plot in common, although each show stands uniquely on its own.