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D. Pedro I, 1830, no Rio de Janeiro. Fundação Biblioteca Nacional

Pedro IV/I, King of Portugal, Emperor of Brazil. Engraving from an 1881 exhibition, Biblioteca Nacional de Brasil

Guia prático de História do Brasil para o Enem: Colônia (1500 a 1822)

Guia prático de História do Brasil para o Enem: Colônia (1500 a 1822)

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Maria Quitéria de Jesus, héroïne de la guerre d'indépendance du Brésil A baiana Maria Quitéria lutou ao lado de outros guerrilheiros em prol da Independência. Gravura originalmente publicada em 1824, no Journal of a Voyage to Brazil, de Maria Graham. Domínio público

Maria Quitéria de Jesus

fuckyeahhistorycrushes: “ Maria Quitéria de Jesus Medeiros was the first woman to be part of the brazilian army. She joined the army in to help consolidate the brazilian independence and fought.

File:King Pedro I (Peter I) of Portugal & 1st Emperor of Brazil as well as Duke of Braganza.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

File:King Pedro I (Peter I) of Portugal & Emperor of Brazil as well as Duke of Braganza.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Dom Pedro II Imperador do Brasil, seu neto e a esposa, em 1887.

Emperor Pedro II of Brazil, Prince Pedro Augusto de Saxe Coburg Gotha e Braganca, and Empress Teresa Cristina, born Bourbon Naples and Sicily

en tanto era conocida del público la preferencia del emperador Pedro I hacia su amante, la marquesa de Santos desde hacía varios años. Poco después de consolidarse la independencia de Brasil, la relación entre Leopoldina y Pedro se había roto, pero la prematura muerte de la emperatriz Leopoldina a los 29 años conmovió profundamente a la opinión pública.

Dom Pedro I , por Antônio Joaquim Franco Velasco

Retrato do Imperador D. Pedro II aos 12 anos

The well-hung Brazilian emperor Pedro II as a young teenager.

guerra de la triple alianza - Buscar con Google

guerra de la triple alianza - Buscar con Google

D. Pedro II o melhor dos brasileiros

royalty - Dom Pedro II - Emperor of Brazil - beard bearded

Dom Pedro II (English: Peter II; 2 December 1825 – 5 December 1891), nicknamed “the Magnanimous”, was the second and last ruler of the Empire of Brazil, reigning for over 58 years.Born in Rio de Janeiro, he was the seventh child of Emperor Dom Pedro I of Brazil and Empress Dona Maria Leopoldina and thus a member of the Brazilian branch of the House of Braganza. His father’s abrupt abdication and flight to Europe in 1831 left a five-year-old Pedro II as Emperor and led to a grim and lonely…

Pedro II of Brazil 1848 - Pedro II do Brasil – Pedro II por volta dos 22 anos de…

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