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  2. The Liberator (2013) - IMDb

    Original title: Libertador 2013 R 1 h 59 m IMDb RATING 6.8 /10 5.4K YOUR RATING Rate Play trailer 2:20 1 Video 18 Photos Biography Drama History Simon Bolivar fought over 100 battles against the Spanish Empire in South America. He rode over 70,000 miles on horseback. His military campaigns covered twice the territory of Alexander the Great.

  3. Watch The Liberator | Netflix Official Site

    The Liberator 2020 | Maturity Rating: TV-MA | 1 Season | TV Dramas A diverse, deeply brave crew of ragtag soldiers become some of the most heroic fighters of the European invasion in World War II. Based on true events. Starring: Bradley James, Martin Sensmeier, Jose Miguel Vasquez Creators: Jeb Stuart Watch all you want.

  4. Simon Bolivar | Accomplishments, Death, Route, Revolution,...

    Simón Bolívar, byname The Liberator or Spanish El Libertador, (born July 24, 1783, Caracas, Venezuela, New Granada [now in Venezuela]—died December 17, 1830, near Santa Marta, Colombia), Venezuelan soldier and statesman who led the revolutions against Spanish rule in the Viceroyalty of New Granada. He was president of Gran Colombia (1819–30) and dictator of Peru (1823–26).

  5. Why was Simón Bolívar called “The Liberator?” | Britannica

    Simón Bolívar first liberated Venezuela in 1813. Upon entering the capital city of Venezuela on August 6, 1813, Bolívar was given the nickname “El Libertador” (“The Liberator”). Venezuelan independence didn’t last long (Bolívar was ousted in 1814), but Bolívar’s nickname did.

  6. Libertador

    Libertador, the carnivorous vision of Pablo and Xiomara Castro, beautifully showcases the flavors of Argentina and rustic Gaucho culture. For 15 years it has known nothing but success as a provider of the best USDA Prime Cuts, cooked to savory perfection. It’s warm ambience, impressive wine list and outstanding food have made it a staple of the city.

  7. Libertador - Wikipedia

    Libertador (Spanish for "liberator") may refer to: Libertadores, the principal leaders of the Latin American wars of independence from Spain and Portugal; Avenida del Libertador (Buenos Aires), a thoroughfare in Buenos Aires, Argentina; Libertador Avenue, avenue in Montevideo, Uruguay; Libertador Building, a government building in Buenos Aires, Argentina

  8. Simón Bolívar - Wikipediaón_Bolívar

    He is known colloquially as El Libertador, or the Liberator of America . Simón Bolívar was born in Caracas in the Captaincy General of Venezuela into a wealthy criollo family. Before he turned ten, he lost both parents and lived in several households.

  9. Libertador | Spanish to English Translation - SpanishDict

    a. liberating. El ejército libertador liberó 2,000 prisioneros de los campos de prisioneros de guerra.The liberating army freed 2,000 prisoners from the prisoner-of-war camps. masculine or feminine noun. 2. (one that liberates) a. liberator. El libertador del pueblo fue aclamado por sus habitantes.The liberator of the village was acclaimed by its inhabitants.

  10. Libertadores - Wikipedia

    Libertadores ( Spanish pronunciation: [liβeɾtaˈðoɾes] ( listen), "Liberators") were the principal leaders of the Spanish American wars of independence from Spain and of the movement in support of Brazilian independence from Portugal. They are named that way in contrast with the Conquistadors.

  11. The Liberator (film) - Wikipedia

    The Liberator ( Spanish: Libertador) is a 2013 Spanish–Venezuelan historical drama film directed by Alberto Arvelo, [2] starring Édgar Ramírez as Simón Bolívar. [3] It was screened in the Special Presentation section at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival.