No, Christopher Columbus was not a pilgrim.
A pilgrim is someone who journeys to a place of religious significance, often for spiritual or religious reasons. On the other hand, Christopher Columbus was an Italian explorer who, under the sponsorship of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain, set sail in 1492 to find a new trade route to Asia. He ended up discovering the New World, which kicked off the European exploration and colonization of the Americas. While Columbus was a historical figure, he was not a pilgrim in the strict sense of the word.
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