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Praça do Comércio - Statue of King José I, by Machado de Castro (1775). The King on his horse is symbolically crushing snakes on his path.

The 1755 earthquake caused D. José to develop a severe case of claustrophobia. The capital was eventually rebuilt at great cost, and an equestrian statue of D. José still dominates Lisboa's main plaza.

Queen Maria Pia of Portugal, c. 1880

1911 : Queen Maria Pia of Portugal

Bermuda Triangle - The Bermuda Triangle (also known as Devil's Triangle and Devil's Sea) is a nearly half-million square-mile (1.2 million km2) area of ocean roughly defined by Bermuda, Puerto Rico, and the southernmost tip of Florida. This area is noted for a high incidence of unexplained losses of ships, small boats, and aircraft..

The Bermuda Triangle (also known as devils triangle) is nearly half a million square miles of ocean noted for its high unexplained disappearance rate of ships, small boats and planes passing through it.

Amelia, queen of Portugal. 1900

Queen Amelia of Portugal, née Princess d’Orleans

The Wedding Dress - Dona Isabel Ines of Heredia _ Duchess of Bragança

The Wedding Dress - Dona Isabel Ines of Heredia _ Duchess of Bragança

Monumento e Estátua do Marquês de Pombal (Lisboa) - Distrito de Lisboa | Guia da Cidade | Região de Lisboa

Monument and Statue of the Marquis of Pombal (Lisbon) , Detail

Santos Veríssimo, Máxima e Júlia, mártires,  3 de outubro

Santos Veríssimo, Máxima e Júlia, mártires, 3 de outubro

The Tale of Peter and Inês - There is a love story which has left a mark on the History of Portugal: the tale of forbidden love between Infante Peter and Inês de Castro, lady-in-waiting to his wife Constance.

There is a love story which has left a mark on the History of Portugal: the tale of forbidden love between Infante Peter and Inês de Castro, lady-in-waiting to his wife Constance.

Queen Maria Pia of Portugal with her sons, left, Infante Carlos and Infante Alfonso

thefirstwaltz: Queen Maria Pia of Portugal with her two sons, Infante Carlos and Infante Afonso of Portugal.

rainha d.leonor

rainha d.leonor

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