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Queen Maria Pia of Portugal

Queen Maria Pia of Portugal

Queen Amelie and King Edward VII in Napoles, 1903

Queen Amelie and King Edward VII in Napoles, 1903

DINASTÍAS | Los Foros de la Realeza • Ver Tema - MARÍA PÍA, REINA DE PORTUGAL.

DINASTÍAS | Los Foros de la Realeza • Ver Tema - MARÍA PÍA, REINA DE PORTUGAL.

HM King Pedro V of Portugal (1837-1861). "He was not happy and Stephanie's death was a blow from which he could never rally - and now he is with his dear angel again - which it is such a comfort to think of and gives one a feeling of blessed calmness - and he has been spared the pain of his having to marry again." ~Queen Victoria

HM King Pedro V of Portugal (1837-1861). "He was not happy and Stephanie's death was a blow from which he could never rally - and now he is with his dear angel again - which it is such a comfort to think of and gives one a feeling of blessed calmness - and he has been spared the pain of his having to marry again." ~Queen Victoria

María Pía de Saboya, reina de Portugal

María Pía de Saboya, reina de Portugal

Princess Antonia of Portugal

Princess Antonia of Portugal

Infanta Antonia of  Portugal

Infanta Antonia of Portugal

SM A RAINHA DE PORTUGAL DONA MARIA AMELIA DE ORLEANS | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

SM A RAINHA DE PORTUGAL DONA MARIA AMELIA DE ORLEANS | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

DINASTÍAS | Los Foros de la Realeza • Ver Tema - ANTONIA, INFANTA (fürstin Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen).

DINASTÍAS | Los Foros de la Realeza • Ver Tema - ANTONIA, INFANTA (fürstin Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen).

Maria II de Portugal (Rio de Janeiro, 4 de abril de 1819 — Lisboa, 15 de novembro de 1853) foi rainha de Portugal de 1834 a 1853. Era filha do rei D. Pedro IV de Portugal (Imperador do Brasil como D. Pedro I) e da arquiduquesa Dona Leopoldina de Áustria e irmã mais velha de D. Pedro II, imperhttps://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maria_II_de_Portugal

Maria II de Portugal (Rio de Janeiro, 4 de abril de 1819 — Lisboa, 15 de novembro de 1853) foi rainha de Portugal de 1834 a 1853. Era filha do rei D. Pedro IV de Portugal (Imperador do Brasil como D. Pedro I) e da arquiduquesa Dona Leopoldina de Áustria e irmã mais velha de D. Pedro II, imperhttps://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maria_II_de_Portugal

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