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  1. Isabel I de Castilla (Madrigal de las Altas Torres, 22 de abril de 1451-Medina del Campo, 26 de noviembre de 1504) fue reina de Castilla [a] desde 1474 hasta 1504, reina consorte de Sicilia desde 1469 y de Aragón desde 1479, [2] por su matrimonio con Fernando de Aragón.

  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. 08/10/2022 · Luiz Philippe de Orleáns-Braganza, sobrino del jefe de la Casa Imperial brasileña, es diputado federal por Sao Paulo. E.M. Nacido en Río de Janeiro en 1984, su madre es la princesa Cristina de ...

  4. Dom Luís I (31 October 1838, in Lisbon – 19 October 1889, in Cascais), known as The Popular (Portuguese: O Popular) was a member of the ruling House of Braganza, and King of Portugal from 1861 to 1889. The second son of Queen Maria II and her consort, King Ferdinand, he acceded to the throne upon the death of his elder brother King Pedro V

  5. Luiz Gastão of Braganza (6 June 1938 – 15 July 2022) was the head of the Vassouras branch of the House of Orléans-Braganza and a claimant to the defunct Brazilian throne. The Vassouras branch claims the throne in opposition to the Petrópolis branch of the Orléans-Braganzas, headed by Pedro Carlos Orléans-Braganza.

  6. 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 ).

  7. Pedro I consigue reforzar el poder central del gobierno al eliminar la jurisdicción de la aristocracia y del clero. El hijo de este, Fernando I , fue un rey débil pero sumamente ambicioso. Así, en el año 1369 reclama el trono de la Corona de Castilla a la muerte de Pedro I de Castilla como descendiente legítimo por parte materna de Sancho IV de Castilla .