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Rickinmar — one of the Royal palaces of Sintra. outside of...

Rickinmar — one of the Royal palaces of Sintra. outside of...

King Manuel II of Portugal ascended the throne on Feb.1, 1908, following the assassination of his father, Carlos I, and his brother, Crown Prince Luis Filipe.  He was   voted out of office by the government of Spain in 1910 and spent the rest of his life in exile.  Manuel married royally, his cousin Princess Augusta Victoria of Hohenzollern. Their marriage lasted nearly 20 years as he died at the relatively young age of 42.  There were no children from this royal union.

Royalty Dom Manoel II of Portugal

King Manuel II of Portugal ascended the throne on Feb.1, 1908, following the assassination of his father, Carlos I, and his brother, Crown Prince Luis Filipe. He was voted out of office by the government of Spain in 1910 and spent the rest of his life in exile. Manuel married royally, his cousin Princess Augusta Victoria of Hohenzollern. Their marriage lasted nearly 20 years as he died at the relatively young age of 42. There were no children from this royal union.

His Royal Highness Luis, Prince Royal of Portugal, Duke of Braganza (1887-1908)

His Royal Highness Luis, Prince Royal of Portugal, Duke of Braganza (1887-1908)

Library of the Mafra Palace, Mafra, Portugal

Mafra National Palace, Portugal (by Nuno Trindade) (All things Europe)

Cascais is a coastal town in Cascais Municipality in Portugal. It is a cosmopolitan suburb of the Portuguese capital and one of the richest municipalities in Portugal. The former fishing village gained fame as a resort for Portugal's royal family in the late 19th century and early 20th century. Nowadays, it is a popular vacation spot for both Portuguese and foreign tourists.

Cascais is a coastal town in Cascais Municipality in Portugal. It is a cosmopolitan suburb of the Portuguese capital and one of the richest municipalities in Portugal. The former fishing village gained fame as a resort for Portugal's royal family in the late 19th century and early 20th century. Nowadays, it is a popular vacation spot for both Portuguese and foreign tourists.

A Dinastia de Borgonha, também chamada Afonsina (pelo elevado número - quatro - de soberanos com o nome de Afonso) foi a primeira dinastia do Reino de Portugal. Começou em 1096, ainda como mero condado (autonomizado em reino em 1139-1143) e terminou em 1383. D. Afonso Henriques tornou-se Príncipe de Portugal depois de vencer os nobres galegos, os Peres de Trava, aliados de sua mãe, D. Teresa, na batalha de São Mamede em 1128. Foi apenas em 1179 que o Papa Alexandre III reconheceu Portugal…

A Dinastia de Borgonha, também chamada Afonsina (pelo elevado número - quatro - de soberanos com o nome de Afonso) foi a primeira dinastia do Reino de Portugal. Começou em 1096, ainda como mero condado (autonomizado em reino em 1139-1143) e terminou em 1383. D. Afonso Henriques tornou-se Príncipe de Portugal depois de vencer os nobres galegos, os Peres de Trava, aliados de sua mãe, D. Teresa, na batalha de São Mamede em 1128. Foi apenas em 1179 que o Papa Alexandre III reconheceu Portugal…

Sebastián I de Portugal by Cristóbal de Morais. Son of María de Austria and Infante Juan Manuel de Portugal. First cousin to Felipe II.

Sebastián I de Portugal by Cristóbal de Morais. Son of María de Austria and Infante Juan Manuel de Portugal. First cousin to Felipe II.

Palácio Real do Buçaco - Mealhada, Portugal ••• Bussaco Royal Palace - Mealhada, Portugal

Palácio Real do Buçaco - Mealhada, Portugal ••• Bussaco Royal Palace - Mealhada, Portugal

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