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Q: Bakit sinasabing ang ekspedisyon ni Miguel Lopez de Legazpi ang pinakamatagumpay?
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When was Miguel López de Legazpi born?

Miguel López de Legazpi was born in 1502.


When did Miguel López de Legazpi die?

Miguel López de Legazpi died in 1572.


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Si Miguel Lopez de Legazpi ay dumating sa Pilipinas noong 1565 bilang pinuno ng ekspedisyon na ipinadala ng Espanya upang subukang sakupin ang mga lalawigan sa Pilipinas. Siya ang unang Gobernador-Heneral ng Pilipinas at nagbuo ng pananakop ng Espanya sa bansa.


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What is the place that Miguel Lopez de legazpi conquered with many foods?

The philippines!


Who is agustin de legaspi?

Agustin de Legazpi was the grandson of the Adelantado of Manila Miguel Lopez de Legazpi. Agustin was part of the infamous Conspiracy of the Maharlikas.


Who founded the first European settlement in Cebu city?

miguel Lopez de legazpi.


What is the Route of Miguel López de Legazpi's expedition?

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Miguel López de Legazpi Filipino version?

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Who was the first spanish in Philippines?

It was actually Miguel Lopez De Legazpi for Ferdinand Magellan was a Portugese.


Who are the companion of Miguel Lopez De Legaspi in manila?

The companions of Miguel Lopez De Legazpi in Manila included Martin de Goiti, Juan de Salcedo, and Andres de Urdaneta. Together with these men, Legazpi established the Spanish presence in the Philippines in the 16th century.