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Lisboa, Região de Lisboa | Portugal

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D. Carlos I in Palácio da Bacalhôa, Azeitão, Portugal

D. Carlos I in Palácio da Bacalhôa, Azeitão, Portugal

Foto da Rainha D.Amélia no exílio

Foto da Rainha D.Amélia no exílio

Portinho da Arrábida, Portugal

Portinho da Arrábida, Portugal

King Manuel II of Portugal ascended the throne on Feb.1, 1908, following the assassination of his father, Carlos I, and his brother, Crown Prince Luis Filipe. He was voted out of office by the government of Spain in 1910 and spent the rest of his life in exile. Manuel married royally, his cousin Princess Augusta Victoria of Hohenzollern. Their marriage lasted nearly 20 years as he died at the relatively young age of 42. There were no children from this royal union.

King Manuel II of Portugal ascended the throne on Feb.1, 1908, following the assassination of his father, Carlos I, and his brother, Crown Prince Luis Filipe. He was voted out of office by the government of Spain in 1910 and spent the rest of his life in exile. Manuel married royally, his cousin Princess Augusta Victoria of Hohenzollern. Their marriage lasted nearly 20 years as he died at the relatively young age of 42. There were no children from this royal union.

Família Real Portuguesa: RAINHA-MÃE E RAINHA-SOMBRA

Família Real Portuguesa: RAINHA-MÃE E RAINHA-SOMBRA

O Rei D. Carlos I durante um torneio de florete por si presidido na Tapada da Ajuda, acompanhado pelo seu irmão, Infante D. Afonso de Bragança, Duque do Porto, © Joshua Benoliel, 1907

O Rei D. Carlos I durante um torneio de florete por si presidido na Tapada da Ajuda, acompanhado pelo seu irmão, Infante D. Afonso de Bragança, Duque do Porto, © Joshua Benoliel, 1907

Order of Saint Isabel (Portugal) - Badge and sash belonged to Queen D. Maria Pia (1847-1911) (J. A. da Costa, Lisboa, c. 1860. 91mm x 51mm)

Order of Saint Isabel (Portugal) - Badge and sash belonged to Queen D. Maria Pia (1847-1911) (J. A. da Costa, Lisboa, c. 1860. 91mm x 51mm)

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

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

Santuário da Nossa Senhora dos Remédios

Santuário da Nossa Senhora dos Remédios

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