Queen Maria Pia's dress features a V neckline with bertha, a V waistline, and short sleeves concealed by her lavishly embroidered cape

Queen Maria Pia's dress features a V neckline with bertha, a V waistline, and short sleeves concealed by her lavishly embroidered cape

Battle of Los Arapiles (or Battle of Salamanca), 22 July 1812. Soldiers from…

Battle of Los Arapiles (or Battle of Salamanca), 22 July 1812. Soldiers from…

22 May 1886 - Prince Royal of Portugal Carlos and the Princess of Orleans Amélie wedding day. They are future King Carlos I and Queen Amélie of Portugal and Algarves.

Palácios, Pontes, Mosteiros, Aldeias, Igrejas e Edifícios. Tudo aquilo que fez parte da História de Portugal e foi destruido ou submerso em nome do progresso...

Dom Manuel II(1889–1932)was the last King of Portugal, "the Patriot" or "the Unfortunate" ascending the throne after the assassination of his father, King Carlos I of Portugal, and his elder brother, Luís Filipe. His reign ended with the 5 October 1910 revolution, and Manuel lived the rest of his life in an exile enforced by the new Portuguese First Republic. He died unexpectedly and The Portuguese government, at that time ruled by Salazar, authorized his burial in Lisbon, after a state…

SMF o El-Rei D. Manuel de Portugal e do Algarve, "O Patriota" Duque de Beja Real Lidador Portugal Autor: Rui Miguel

D. Manuel II, the last king of Portugal wearing the Order of Fleece badge.

D. Manuel II, the last king of Portugal wearing the Order of Fleece badge.

Feb 1, 1908: Portuguese king and heir assassinated. On February 1, 1908, King Carlos I of Portugal and his eldest son, Luis Filipe, are assassinated by revolutionaries while riding in an open carriage through the streets of Lisbon, the Portuguese capital.Carlos ascended to the Portuguese throne in 1889 after the death of his father, King Louis I. Although he possessed considerable administrative talents, the kingdom Carlos inherited was beset with political stagnation and financial…

Feb 1, 1908: Portuguese king and heir assassinated. On February 1, 1908, King Carlos I of Portugal and his eldest son, Luis Filipe, are assassinated by revolutionaries while riding in an open carriage through the streets of Lisbon, the Portuguese capital.Carlos ascended to the Portuguese throne in 1889 after the death of his father, King Louis I. Although he possessed considerable administrative talents, the kingdom Carlos inherited was beset with political stagnation and financial…

Brasão de El-Rei D. João III de Portugal e dos Algarves (1502-1557) "O Piedoso". Casa Real: Avis Editorial: Real Lidador Portugal Autor: Rui Miguel

Coat of Arms of the King D. João III of Portugal and Algarves. Brasão de El-Rei D. João III de Portugal e dos Algarves "O Piedoso". Casa Real: Avis Editorial: Real Lidador Portugal Autor: Rui Miguel

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