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Conquistador is a term used for a soldier, explorer, or adventurer that expanded Spain's colonial rule between the 15th and 17th centuries.
Conquistador may also refer to:
- Conquistador Cielo (1979–2002), a racehorse bred in Florida
- Conquistador I, a ring name of José Estrada, Sr., a Puerto Rican professional wrestler
- Los Conquistadores, a professional wrestling tag team
- San Diego Conquistadors, a basketball team in the American Basketball Association in the 1970s
In the arts:
- "Conquistador" (Da Vinci song), a song performed by Da Vinci at the 1989 Eurovision Song Contest
- "Conquistador" (Procol Harum song), a song written by Gary Brooker and Keith Reid for Procol Harum
- "Conquistador" (Thirty Seconds to Mars song), a song recorded by Thirty Seconds to Mars
- Conquistador (album), an album by the Spanish-American rock group Alpha Union
- Conquistador (game), a board game simulating the exploration of the New World in the 16th century
- Conquistador (novel), an alternate history novel by S. M. Stirling
- Conquistadors (TV series), a BBC documentary series on the Spanish expeditions of conquest of the Americas
- Conquistadores, a volume of the manga Bleach
- Conquistador, a poem written by Australian poet A. D. Hope
In other uses:
- Conquistador Council, a Boy Scouts of America local council in New Mexico
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