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'''Juan de Salcedo''' ([[México]], [[1549]] - [[Cidade Histórica de Vigan|Vigan]], [[11 de março]] de [[1576]]), foi um [[conquistador]] [[espanhóis|espanhol]], que ficou famoso com a conquista das [[Filipinas]].
 
<!--Born in [[Mexico]] in 1549, he was the grandson of [[Miguel López de Legazpi]], and brother of [[Felipe de Salcedo]]. Salcedo one of the soldiers who accompanied the Spanish conquest of the [[Philippine Islands]] in 1565. He joined the Spanish military in 1564 for their exploration of the [[East Indies]], at the age of 15. In 1569, Salcedo led an army of 300 soldiers along with [[Martín de Goiti]] for the conquest of [[Manila]]. There they fought a number of battles against the Muslim chieftains in 1570 and 1571, for control of lands and settlements.
In 1574, Salcedo went back to the city of Manila, after a war had broken out against 3,000 Chinese sea [[Piracy|pirates]] led by [[Limahong]] who had besieged the Spanish settlements. Salcedo and his army of 600 soldiers re-captured the city later that year and pursued the retreating Chinese fleet to [[Pangasinan]] in 1575. There the Spaniards besiege on the pirates for three months. Limahong and his fleets were later captured and executed.
 
Salcedo later went back to [[Vigan City|Vigan]], where he died of a malignant [[fever]] in his home, at the age of 27. His body is laid to rest at the [[San Agustin Church]] in [[Intramuros]]. -->
 
== See also ==
*[[History of the Philippines]]
==References==
*Morga , Antonio de. (2004). ''The Project Gutenberg Edition Book : History of the Philippine Islands - 1521 to the beginning of the XVII century''. Volume 1 and 2.
 
== {{Ver também}} ==
*Legazpi , Don Miguel López de. (1564 - 1572). ''Cartas al Rey Don Felipe II : sobre la expedicion, conquistas y progresos de las islas Felipinas''. Sevilla, España.
*[[História das Filipinas]]
==Referências==
*Morga , Antonio de. (2004). ''The Project Gutenberg Edition Book : History of the Philippine Islands - 1521 to the beginning of the XVII century''. Volume 1 ande 2.
 
*Legazpi , Don Miguel López de. (1564 - 1572). ''Cartas al Rey Don Felipe II : sobre la expedicion, conquistas y progresos de las islas Felipinas''. SevillaSevilha, EspañaEspanha.
==External links==
*[http://www.fortunecity.com/victorian/rubens/12/damaso.htm Salcedo - The Founder of Vigan] (Article) -->
 
=={{Ligações externas}}==
*[{{Link|en|http://www.fortunecity.com/victorian/rubens/12/damaso.htm |Salcedo - TheO FounderFundador ofde Vigan]}} (ArticleArtigo) -->
 
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