Isabella of Castile

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Queens Regnant: Isabella I of Castile

Queens Regnant: Isabella I of Castile - The Catholic Queen - History of Royal Women

Isabella was not born to be a Queen. She was born on 22 April 1451 as the daughter of John II, King of Castile and his second wife Isabella of Portugal. She had an older half-brother from her father’s first marriage to Maria of Aragon, the future Henry IV of Castile. A younger brother, Alfonso, was [read more]

Isabella and Ferdinand

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Find out how the Spanish wars helped shape the world throughout 5 centuries, from the conquest of territories in almost every continent, civil wars, independence wars, succession wars and invasions. From the unification of Spain to the Spanish civil war. The truth is, the world we know today wouldn't be the same without Spain.

.:fashion:on:line:girls:. - My Trastamara’s Girls - 2nd Generation - Part One ...

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My Trastamara’s Girls - 2nd Generation - Part One Yesterday I posted the Trastamara’s Family Three, and talked a little about the matriarch, Isabella of Castille. Today I’ll introduce her older...

Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile's tomb, Royal Chapel of Granada, Andalusia, Spain

La Capilla Real de Granada - The Tombs of Ferdinand, Isabella and Juana - The Anne Boleyn Files

Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile's tomb, Royal Chapel of Granada, Andalusia, Spain

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LA REINA DOÑA ISABEL I DE CASTILLA

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Ferdinand of Aragon

Ferdinand of Aragon, father of Catherine of Aragon

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Madrigal de las Altas Torres Avila, Spain Birthplace of Isabella of Castile

Madrigal de las Altas Torres Avila, Spain Birthplace of Isabella of Castile

Queen Isabella of Castile, and the Mysterious Madness of Princess Juana - Kari Bovée | Historical Mystery Author

Queen Isabella of Spain and her daughter Juana started life at the mercy of powerful men. One rose above her fate, the other sank into madness. Or did she?

Batalla de Toro-Isabel I

La Pintura y la Guerra - Página 705

Batalla de Toro-Isabel I

Philip and Juana

Don Felipe I (The Handsome) and Doña Juana I (The Mad) of Castile

Juana was the daughter of the Catholic Monarchs: Isabel I of Castile and Fernando II of Aragón, and heir of the Crown of the Kingdom of Spain. The marriage with the son of Maximiliano I brought to Spain the Habsburg dinasty.

La serie Isabel - RTVE

La serie Isabel

La serie Isabel. Toda la información de la serie sobre Isabel la Católica, emitida en TVE, en su web oficial.Las mejores series en RTVE.es

The Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore in Rome, Italy.

15 of the Most Beautiful Church Ceilings From Around the World

From Italy to Iran, AD surveys those church ceilings that not only inspire religious devotion but form stunning aethestics

Queen Isabella of Castile's rise to power in Spain

To seize power in Spain, Queen Isabella had to play it smart

Bold, strategic, and steady, Isabella of Castile navigated an unlikely rise to the throne and ushered in a golden age for Spain.