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Augusta Victoria of Hohenzollern (1890 - 1966). Claimed to be Queen of Portugal after her marriage to the deposed Manuel II. They never had children.

Augusta Victoria of Hohenzollern (1890 - 1966). Claimed to be Queen of Portugal after her marriage to the deposed Manuel II. They never had children.

Dona Tereza Cristina , Imperatriz do Brasil, nee, Princesa das Duas Sicilias, 1876

Dona Tereza Cristina , Imperatriz do Brasil, nee, Princesa das Duas Sicilias, 1876

Grand Duchess Wilhelm IV and Grand Duchess Maria Anne, nee Infanta of Portugal, of Luxembourg

Grand Duchess Wilhelm IV and Grand Duchess Maria Anne, nee Infanta of Portugal, of Luxembourg

Infanta D. Maria Ana de Portugal e Princesa da Saxônia(1843 - 1884).Casa Real: Bragança, Saxe-Coburgo-Gota e Saboia. Editorial: Real lidador Portugal Autor: Rui Miguel

Infanta D. Maria Ana de Portugal e Princesa da Saxônia(1843 - 1884).Casa Real: Bragança, Saxe-Coburgo-Gota e Saboia. Editorial: Real lidador Portugal Autor: Rui Miguel

Leonor Telles de Menezes (1350 - 1386). Queen of Portugal from 1372 until 1383, when her husband died. She was married to Fernando I and had one daughter.

Leonor Telles de Menezes (1350 - 1386). Queen of Portugal from 1372 until 1383, when her husband died. She was married to Fernando I and had one daughter.

Duchess of Braganza

Duchess of Braganza

HM Queen Maria Amélia of Portugal. Died: October 25, 1951, aged 86. The last queen of Portugal narrowly missed being assassinated when her husband and son were murdered in front of her in February, 1908. Her second son became king, but the family was exiled in 1910 and she spent most of her remaining life in France. She is buried in the Royal Pantheon located in the Monastery of São Vicente de Fora in Lisbon, Portugal.

HM Queen Maria Amélia of Portugal. Died: October 25, 1951, aged 86. The last queen of Portugal narrowly missed being assassinated when her husband and son were murdered in front of her in February, 1908. Her second son became king, but the family was exiled in 1910 and she spent most of her remaining life in France. She is buried in the Royal Pantheon located in the Monastery of São Vicente de Fora in Lisbon, Portugal.

Beatrice of Castile (1293 - 1359). Queen of Portugal from 1325 until 1357, when her husband died. She married Afonso VI and had three surviving children.

Beatrice of Castile (1293 - 1359). Queen of Portugal from 1325 until 1357, when her husband died. She married Afonso VI and had three surviving children.

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