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    • golpedecorte pelu

      Princesa de Éboli. Su nombre era Ana de Mendoza de la Cerda, princesa de Éboli en el siglo XVI. Nació en una familia noble, los MENDOZAS, una de las familiar castellanas más poderosas de esa época. Se casó con el Príncipe de Éboli cuando tenía 12 años. Era una mujer hermosa aunque tenía el ojo derecho perdido debido a un accidente durante su adolescencia. Este accidente no le influyó mucho, al contrario intentaba adornarse el ojo. Fue una mujer muy adelantada a su época. Lleva GORGUERA. Hay una miniserie de dos cspítulos llamada " la princesa de éboli" en la que la actriz Belén Rueda interpreta el papel de Ana Mendoza de la Cerda. Belén lleva el ojo izquierdo tapado en vez del derecho y la directora dice que es porque hay una escena en la cual la princesa esgrime la espada y Belén mira mejor con el ojo derecho.

    • Eternal Panda

      Ana de Mendoza de la Cerda. The eye patch!

    • Heather Jean Skalwold

      Ana de Mendoza y de la Cerda, Princesa de Eboli - a member of the Spanish Aristocracy in the 16th century. Despite having lost one of her eyes in a fencing accident as a teen, she was considered to be one of the most beautiful women in all of Spain.

    • Mai K

      Ana de Mendoza “La Princesa de Eboli”, unknown painter ca. 1600 #eye #patch #portrait #paintings

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