Yahoo Search Búsqueda en la Web

  1. Cerca de 40 resultados de búsqueda

  1. The House of Braganza originated with Afonso I, an illegitimate son of King John I of Portugal, founder of the House of Aviz, and Inês Pires. Though Afonso was illegitimate, his father valued and cared for him a great deal, demonstrated by his arrangement of Afonso's marriage to Beatriz Pereira de Alvim, daughter of Nuno Álvares Pereira, Portugal's most important general and a personal ...

  2. Bárbara de Braganza (Lisboa, 4 de diciembre de 1711-Aranjuez, 27 de agosto de 1758) [1] fue una infanta portuguesa, hija de Juan V de Portugal y María Ana de Austria. Bárbara contrajo matrimonio en 1729 en la ciudad de Badajoz con el entonces príncipe de Asturias , Fernando VI , llegando a ser reina consorte de España .

  3. Carlos III a la muerte de su hermano en Madrid, abandonó el reino de Nápoles, y se instaló en Madrid como nuevo rey de España. La moda, que en Italia avanzaba hacia el nuevo clasicismo, influyó al rey que decidió retirar en 1760 todas las esculturas de la cornisa, que fueron almacenadas hasta que a partir de 1787 comenzaron a distribuirse por distintos jardines y parques españoles.

  4. Dom Pedro II (2 December 1825 – 5 December 1891), nicknamed "the Magnanimous" (Portuguese: O Magnânimo), was the second and last monarch of the Empire of Brazil, reigning for over 58 years. [a] He was born in Rio de Janeiro, the seventh child of Emperor Dom Pedro I of Brazil and Empress Dona Maria Leopoldina and thus a member of the Brazilian branch of the House of Braganza .

  5. Miguel Januário of Braganza (Portuguese: ; full name Miguel Maria Carlos Egídio Constantino Gabriel Rafael Gonzaga Francisco de Paula e de Assis Januário de Bragança; 19 September 1853 – 11 October 1927) was the Miguelist claimant to the throne of Portugal from 1866 to 1920. He used the title Duke of Braganza

  6. Indifferent to the warnings, Maria II merely replied: "If I die, I die at my post." On 15 November 1853, thirteen hours after the onset of labor of the stillborn infant Eugénio, her eleventh child, Maria II died at the age of 34. The announcement of death was published in the Government Gazette of 16 November 1853:

  7. Infanta Maria José of Portugal (Maria José Joana Eulália Leopoldina Adelaide Isabel Carolina Micaela Rafaela Gabriela Francisca de Assis e de Paula Inês Sofia Joaquina Teresa Benedita Bernardina; 19 March 1857 – 11 March 1943), sometimes known in English as Maria Josepha, was a Portuguese infanta, later Duchess in Bavaria by marriage.