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Dona Joana de Portugal at 22 y.o. (Alonso Sánchez Coello) (1531-1588) The painting represents Doña Joana (1535-1573), sister of King Philip II, second daughter of Charles I and Elizabeth of Portugal. She married Don Juan Manuel, Prince of Portugal in 1553 but became widow one year later. In the absence of her brother she governed Spain between 1554 and 1559.

Juana de Austria Artist: Alonso Sánchez Coello, Date: 1557 Painting location: Gemäldegalerie,Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna

Queen Amelie of Portugal and her son, future King Manuel II of Portugal.

thefirstwaltz: “ Queen Amelie of Portugal and her son, future King Manuel II of Portugal.

QUEEN MARIA I OF PORTUGAL

Maria I of Portugal - Queen Maria wears a large Sévigné bodice ornament and ropes of pearls as another bodice ornament and a towering cap, feathers, and jewels.

Joana D'Áustria, infanta de Espanha e de Portugal e Dom Sebastião, rei de Portugal

Sofonisba Anguissola, Portrait of Juana of Austria and a Young Girl, Boston, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Dona Catarina introduced the custom of drinking tea in Britain, a custom that…

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

Queen Amelia of Portugal (left) with sisters, Isabelle (sit), Duches of Guise and Louise, Pss of Due sicilies.. Louise is maternal grandmother of King Juan Carlos of Spain and Isabelle of the current duke of Paris, Henri.

Queen Amelia of Portugal (left) with sisters, Isabelle (sit), Duches of Guise and Louise, Pss of Due sicilies. Louise is maternal grandmother of King Juan Carlos of Spain and Isabelle of the current duke of Paris, Henri.

María Manuela de Portugal, (Coímbra, Portugal; 15 de octubre de 1527 - Valladolid, España; 12 de julio de 1545) princesa consorte de Asturias e infanta de Portugal, por su matrimonio con el entonces príncipe Felipe II, hija de la archiduquesa Catalina de Austria -infanta de España y hermana de Carlos I de España y V de Alemania- y de Juan III el Piadoso.

Sir Anthonis Mor, also known as Anthonis Mor van Dashorst and Antonio Moro — Presumably the portrait of María de Portugal, 1552 : Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid.

Queen Amelia of Portugal and siblings, Prince Phillipe, duke of Orleans and princess Helene, later duchess of Aosta

Coats_Queen Amelia of Portugal and siblings, Prince Phillipe, duke of Orleans and princess Helene, later duchess of Aosta

Antonia of Portugal (1845 - 1913). Daughter of Maria II and Fernando II. She married Leopold, Prince of Hohenzollern, and had three sons.

Antonia de Braganca e Saxe-Coburgo-Gotha by Philip de Laszlo, 1907 2

Maria II of Portugal - aged 7 years

Maria II April 1819 – 15 November "the Educator" or "the Good Mother" was Queen regnant of the Kingdom of Portugal and the Algarves from 1826 to 1828 and again from 1834 to She was a member of the House of Braganza.

Isabel of Portugal was the daughter of Pedro III of Aragon. At 17, she became the wife of D. Dinis, the poet king. One morning Queen Isabel left the castle with her maids, they were all carrying bread and money for the poor people. The King appeared and shouted, "My Lady! What are you carrying in your lap?" Isabel answered "I'm carrying roses, My Lord!" D. Dinis demanded to see them and as the Queen lowered her lap, beautiful roses cascaded down. Later she was canonized by Pope Urban VIII.

Isabel of Portugal was the daughter of Pedro III of Aragon.

Isabelle de Portugal, duchesse de Bourgogne, présentée par sa patronne Ste Elisabeth de Hongrie, par Petrus Christus

"Isabella Of Portugal With St. Elizabeth" - Petrus Christus Completion Date: Style: Northern Renaissance Genre: religious painting Technique: oil Material: panel Dimensions: 59 x 33 cm Gallery: Groeningemuseum, Bruges, Belgium

SM a Rainha D. Amélia de Portugal Casa Real: Orleães e Bragança

Princess Amelie d Orleans , shortly before her marriage with crownprince Carlos I of Portugal.

SM a Rainha D. Amélia de Portugal, com a Rainha Alexandra de Inglaterra e o rei Alfonso XIII de Espanha. Casa Real: Orleães e Bragança Editorial: Real Lidador Portugal Autor: Rui Miguel

Queen Amélia, Queen Alexandra and King Alfonso XIII of Spain

Maria Ana de Bragança, Princesa da Saxónia, (Lisboa, 21 de julho de 1843 - Dresden, 5 de fevereiro de 1884) foi uma Infanta de Portugal e Princesa da Saxônia. filha da rainha D. Maria II de Portugal e do príncipe D. Fernando de Saxe-Coburgo-Gotha e Koháry. Casou com Jorge I da Saxónia.

Infanta Maria Ana de Bragança painted in 1853 by Johanes Miller - National Museum of Ancient Art