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  1. Juan VI de Portugal, en portugués João VI, (Lisboa, 13 de mayo de 1767 - ídem, 10 de marzo de 1826), [1] apodado el Clemente, infante portugués, perteneciente a la Dinastía de Braganza, coronado rey del Reino Unido de Portugal, Brasil y Algarve desde 1816 a 1822, de facto, y desde 1822 hasta 1825, de iure.

  2. Contents move to sidebar hide Início 1 Etimologia 2 História Alternar a subsecção História 2.1 Primeiros povos 2.2 Ibéria muçulmana 2.3 Reconquista e Condado Portucalense 2.4 Descobrimentos e Dinastia Filipina 2.5 Restauração, absolutismo e liberalismo 2.6 Era Napoleónica 2.7 Primeira República e Estado Novo 2.8 Restauração da democracia e integração europeia 3 Geografia ...

  3. Dom Carlos I (Portuguese pronunciation: ; English: King Charles of Portugal; 28 September 1863 – 1 February 1908), known as the Diplomat (Portuguese: o Diplomata), the Martyr (Portuguese: o Martirizado), and the Oceanographer (Portuguese: o Oceanógrafo), among many other names, was the King of Portugal from 1889 until his assassination in 1908.

  4. During his reign he visited many parts of northern Portugal, in addition to Spain, France, and the United Kingdom, where he was appointed Knight of the Order of the Garter, in November 1909. He cultivated a foreign policy that was close to Great Britain, which was not only the geo-political strategy that his father maintained, but it also reinforced his position on the throne by having a ...

  5. Maria Francisca Isabel Rita Gertrudes Joanna (17 December 1734 – 20 March 1816), married her uncle Infante Peter of Portugal, with issue. After her father's death, she became the first queen regnant of Portugal as Dona Maria I.

  6. On 1 February 1908, Luís Filipe and his family were returning to Lisbon from Vila Viçosa Palace. Alfredo Luís da Costa and Manuel Buiça, two members of a revolutionary society called the Carbonária, shot at all the royal family, hitting his father King Carlos, Luís Filipe, and his younger brother Infante Manuel, Duke of Beja.

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    Infante (Spanish: , Portuguese: [ĩˈfɐ̃t(ɨ)]; f. infanta), also anglicised as Infant or translated as Prince, is the title and rank given in the Iberian kingdoms of Spain (including the predecessor kingdoms of Aragon, Castile, Navarre, and León) and Portugal to the sons and daughters (infantas) of the king, regardless of age, sometimes with the exception of the heir apparent or heir ...