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  1. 27/11/2022 · Braganza acogió este fin de semana un nuevo encuentro del Consejo Rayano promovido por la Asociación Rionor, que preside Francisco Alves, en el que por primera vez en Portugal se organizó una ...

  2. Pedro V's official styling as King of Portugal: By the Grace of God and by the Constitution of the Monarchy, Peter V, King of Portugal and the Algarves, of either side of the sea in Africa, Lord of Guinea and of Conquest, Navigation, and Commerce of Ethiopia, South Africa, Arabia, Persia and India, etc.

  3. Isabel was appointed regent with full powers to govern Brazil in the Emperor's absence, though prime minister José Paranhos, Viscount of Rio Branco, and Gaston were expected to hold the reins of power in reality. Following the abolition of slavery in the United States, Pedro II was committed to a gradual program of liberation.

  4. The monarchs of Brazil (Portuguese: monarcas do Brasil) were the imperial heads of state and hereditary rulers of Brazil from the House of Braganza that reigned from the creation of the Brazilian monarchy in 1815 as a constituent kingdom of the United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil and the Algarves until the republican coup d'état that overthrew the Empire of Brazil in 1889.

  5. Queens, a borough of New York City, was supposedly named after Catherine of Braganza since she was queen when Queens County was established in 1683. Queens' naming is consistent with those of Kings County (the borough of Brooklyn, originally named after her husband, King Charles II) and Richmond County (the borough of Staten Island, named after his illegitimate son, the 1st Duke of Richmond ).

  6. 12 de septiembre: Tras el fracaso del casamiento entre Isabel II de España y el pretendiente Carlos Luis de Borbón y Braganza, éste lanza un manifiesto a los españoles desde Bourges autoproclamándose Carlos VI, refugiándose a continuación en Inglaterra, lo que da comienzo a la segunda guerra carlista o guerra dels Matiners (madrugadores en catalán), [53] que tuvo lugar sobre todo en ...

  7. Títulos nobiliarios. Victoria Eugenia Fernández de Córdoba heredó una serie de títulos nobiliarios, producto a los cuales era nueve veces duquesa, diecinueve veces marquesa, diecinueve veces condesa y cuatro veces vizcondesa, además catorce de estos títulos le otorgaban Grandeza de España, y uno le daba el título de Adelantada Mayor de Andalucía.