Infanta D. Beatriz de Portugal e Duquesa de Sabóia (1521-1538). Casa Real: Avis Editorial: Real Lidador Portugal Autor: Rui Miguel

Beatriz de Portugal, duchesse de Savoie She was the second daughter of Manuel I of Portugal and his second wife, Maria of Aragon Her siblings included King João III of Portugal and Holy Roman Empress Isabel.

El-Rei D. Afonso Henriques I de Portugal (1139-1185). A Casa de Borgonha, conhecida como a Dinastia Afonsina, foi a casa de fundação do Reino de Portugal. A casa real que iria Reinar Portugal por mais de dois séculos.

Dom Afonso tambem chamado "O Conquistador" - Primeiro Rei de Portugal (nicknamed "the Conqueror", was the first King of Portugal.

Queen Catherine introduced the custom of drinking tea in Britain, a custom that was already very popular among the Portuguese nobility at the time. The tea had been imported to Portugal from the Portuguese possessions in Asia as well as through the trade Portuguese merchants maintained with China and Japan. Catherine also introduced the fork to the dining tables of England.

Sir Peter Lely - Catherine of Braganza, Queen of England - Hand painted oil painting on canvas.

Salgueiro Maia, 25 de Abril 1974 - Portuguese Revolution <3

Salgueiro Maia, 25 de Abril 1974 - Portuguese Revolution <3

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