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Queen Maria Pia de Sabóia (1847-1911), painted by Carlus Duran in 1880 - Ajuda National Palace

Queen Maria Pia de Sabóia painted by Carlus Duran in 1880 - Ajuda National Palace

Mariano Salvador Maella. Carlota Joaquina, Infanta de España, Reina de Portugal, 1785.  Infanta Carlota Joaquina, Queen of Portugal

Mariano Salvador Maella — Carlota Joaquina de Bourbon, Queen of Portugal and Princess of Spain

(4) - Entrada - Terra Mail - Message - carvillalva@terra.com.br

Princesa Maria Benedita de Bragança filha de Miguel II, duque de Bragança e de la princesse Marie-Thérèse de Löwenstein.

Queen Amélia, Queen Alexandra and King Alfonso XIII of Spain

Queen Amélia, Queen Alexandra and King Alfonso XIII of Spain

The King and Queen of Portugal in exile. 1920.

King Manuel II of Portugal and his fiancé Princess Augusta Viktoria of Hohenzollern

SMF o Senhor El-Rei D. Carlos I (1863-1908). Filho de SMF o El-Rei D.Luís I e SM a Rainha D. Maria Pia. Casou-se com a SM a Rainha D. Amélia de Orleães. Editorial: Real Lidador Portugal Autor: Rui Miguel

Feb Portuguese king and heir assassinated. On February King Carlos I of Portugal and his eldest son, Luis Filipe, are assassinated by revolutionaries while riding in an open carriage.

Machd doch eiern Drägg alleene : Photo

Machd doch eiern Drägg alleene : Photo

Infanta Maria Bárbara de Bragança (future queen of Spain (1711-1758)) - National Museum of Ancient Art

Infanta Maria Bárbara de Bragança (future queen of Spain (1711-1758)) - National Museum of Ancient Art

Dom Duarte Pio, Prince Royal of Portugal, Duke of Braganza with his family

Dom Duarte Pio, Prince Royal of Portugal, Duke of Braganza with his family Mais

Princess Amelie of Orleans 28 September 1865 25 October 1951 was the last Queen consort of Portugal known to her husbands subjects as Maria Amelia de O

the-great-earl: “House of Braganza-Saxe-Coburg and Gotha Her Most Faithful Majesty Amélie, Queen Consort of Portugal and the Algarves (nèe Princess Amélie of Orléans) September 1865 – 25 October.

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