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  1. En París, el duque de Braganza conoció y se hizo amigo de Gilbert du Motier, marqués de La Fayette, veterano de la guerra de Independencia de los Estados Unidos que se había convertido en uno de sus más acérrimos defensores. [229] [235] Pedro se despidió de su familia, Lafayette y cerca de otras doscientas personas el 25 de enero de 1832.

  2. La Casa de Braganza, oficialmente Sereníssima casa de Bragança, fue la casa reinante en Portugal desde el año 1640 hasta 1853, y en Brasil hasta 1889.. Ocuparon el trono portugués desde el ascenso del rey Juan IV de Portugal hasta la unión matrimonial de la reina María II de Portugal, de la Dinastía de Braganza, con el príncipe Fernando de Sajonia-Coburgo-Gotha, de la Dinastía de ...

  3. Thus, at birth Pedro Henrique became claimant to the title of Prince of Grão-Pará, according to Article 105 of the defunct Constitution of 1824. Upon the death of his father in 1920 Pedro Henrique became claimant to the title of Prince Imperial, but on 14 November 1921 Princess Isabel died at the Castle d'Eu.

  4. Pedro Gastão was also uncle to King Juan Carlos I of Spain and to the pretenders to the thrones of Portugal (Duarte Pio, Duke of Braganza) and France (Henri, Count of Paris) and grandfather to the heir apparent to the defunct Yugoslav throne (Peter, Hereditary Prince of Yugoslavia).

  5. Shortly before his abdication, Pedro had told his son and successor: "I intend that my brother Miguel and I will be the last badly educated of the Braganza family". [186] [187] Charles Napier , a naval commander who fought under Pedro's banner in the 1830s, remarked that "his good qualities were his own; his bad owing to want of education; and no man was more sensible of that defect than himself."

  6. Pedro I do Brasil ou Pedro IV de Portugal (Queluz, 12 de outubro de 1798 – Queluz, 24 de setembro de 1834), apelidado de "o Libertador" e "o Rei Soldado", [nota 1] foi o primeiro Imperador do Brasil como Pedro I de 1822 até sua abdicação em 1831, e também Rei de Portugal e Algarves como Pedro IV entre março e maio de 1826.

  7. 25/03/1996 · The Franco-Iberian Royals Message Board [ Post a Message] D. Afonso, Prince of Beira, Duke of Barcelos * 25 March 1996. This is a messageboard for those who want to discuss the Royals in Spain, the Princely family of Monaco, and the formerly reigning Royal House of Portugal and Royal and Imperial Houses of France.