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  1. Juana de Castilla, llamada por sus adversarios «la Beltraneja» (Madrid, 28 de febrero de 1462 – Lisboa, 12 de abril de 1530) [1] fue una infanta castellana, reina proclamada de Castilla y de León y reina consorte de Portugal.

  2. Juana de Austria (o Habsburgo) (Madrid, 24 de junio de 1535-Monasterio de El Escorial, 7 de septiembre de 1573 [1] ); infanta de España y archiduquesa de Austria por nacimiento, princesa de Portugal por matrimonio y regente de España (1554-1559).

  3. 08/09/2022 · ESGUEIRA. La basquetbolista zacatecana Karla Martínez arrancó la pretemporada con el equipo de Esgueira de la Liga Portuguesa. En sus redes sociales compartió algunas fotografías con el ...

  4. 1m Followers, 5,959 Following, 2,049 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Jimena Monteverde (@jimemonteverde)

  5. Mad Love (Spanish: Juana la Loca; lit. 'Joanna the Mad') is a 2001 period drama film written and directed by Vicente Aranda starring Pilar López de Ayala and Daniele Liotti . The plot follows the tragic fate of Queen Joanna of Castile , madly in love with an unfaithful husband, Philip the Handsome , Archduke of Austria .

  6. During her life in Portugal, Maria was almost continually pregnant. Normally, she had but a few months pause between a delivery and her next pregnancy. This state of affairs resulted in an continual deterioration of her health and after the delivery of 1516, she was reportedly exhausted to a point that she was also temporarily mentally confused before she recuperated.

  7. 134k Followers, 4,018 Following, 481 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Romain Zago (@romainzago)